Police: Man arrested for causing a scene after refusing to wear a face mask at Bayonne McDonald’s


A Brooklyn man was arrested last week for causing a scene, shouting obscenities at officers and patrons, after he did not get service at the Bayonne McDonald’s for refusing to wear a face mask per state orders, police said.

The McDonald’s at 537 Broadway in Bayonne. Photo via Google Maps.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Noel Villot, 58, of Brooklyn, New York, was charged with disorderly conduct, according to Police Capt. Eric Amato.

Villot was taken into custody around 7:10 p.m. on Thursday from the McDonald’s, located at 537 Broadway, for behaving erratically after being denied service for not wearing a face covering.

Once officers arrived and ordered him to leave the establishment, as per the manager’s wishes, Villot became aggressive and began yelling obscenities at the officers and
employees, causing patrons to become alarmed.

After refusing the officers’ commands to cease his tumultuous behavior, he was taken into custody, authorities said.