crimes and misdemeanors

Judge Sasses Alec Baldwin, Tells Him to ‘Be a Good Boy’

 Alec Baldwin attends the TCM Classic Film Festival opening night gala for 'Oklahoma!' at TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on April 10, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
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Looks like you have a short fuse,” said Judge John Delury to human firecracker Alec Baldwin today in Manhattan court, where the actor appeared to face a summons for biking against traffic. (“Don’t you know who I am?” said a belligerent, predictable Baldwin to the NYPD officers at the time.)

“Can you stay out of trouble, Alexander?” said Delury, who had at least some idea of who Baldwin is.

From the Daily News:

You were in the Search for Red October?” the judge asked.

“No, Hunt for Red October,” Baldwin responded.

“That’s a good movie,” said Delury as he looked at the charges.

Baldwin sassed right back when the judge asked for an apology, countering, “I’d rather pay a fine.” Instead, he left with an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal, meaning if Baldwin can keep himself in check for the next six months, his disorderly conduct charge will be dismissed. “Be a good boy from now on,” said Delury. “Have a good day.”

Sassy Judge Tells Alec Baldwin to Be ‘Good Boy’