Bloomberg Reveals Post-Office Plans in Foul-Mouthed Threat

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 11:  Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks at a news conference March 11, 2013 New York City. Today a New York state judge halted a controversial ban on large sugary drinks that was to take effect tomorrow.  (Photo by Allison Joyce/Getty Images)
Photo: Allison Joyce/2013 Getty Images

There's been speculation that after leaving office Mayor Bloomberg will tinker with the Financial Times or continue to push issues like gun control and gay rights via his super-PAC, but apparently his goals are far less noble. Taxi Club Management CEO Gene Freidman says he approached Bloomberg a day after a court blocked his plan to replace the city's taxi fleet with the Taxi of Tomorrow. “He turns to me, and said, ‘Come January 1st, when I am out of office, I am going to destroy your f--king industry,' " claims Freidman. “It was like Gene had kidnapped his child. He used the f-word twice,” an unnamed witness tells the Post. You don't even want to know what will happen to those who dare to drink a Big Gulp in the former mayor's presence.