NITWIT: Workers Battered On Scaffolding Outside 48th Floor Apartment

The 48th floor of the Park Place Tower condominium building.
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Workers on scaffolding outside the 48th floor of an Irving Park high rise got the scare of their lives this morning when an irate resident allegedly pelted them with eggs, a stuffed animal, and a broom stick in an effort to get them to be quiet so he could get some sleep.

When that didn’t work, building management alleges, the resident—who bartends at a swanky rooftop lounge in the Loop—began pulling on the scaffolding’s ropes!

Police arrived at the 655 W. Irving Park address around 11:30AM and were given access to the bartender’s unit.

There, the sleepy headed night owl was arrested for battery. CPD case HX356884. Charges are pending.

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