(NEW YORK) — Alec Baldwin has never been one to back down from a fight, and he reportedly was at it again this week, allegedly flipping out at a New York City motorist.
A bystander tells the New York Post that the Emmy-winning actor got into a verbal exchange, apparently with a reckless driver, hurling insults and even throwing a soft drink at the motorist.
“Baldwin called the driver of a big black SUV ‘a meatball’ and kept asking him and the passenger to get out,” says the witness, who spotted the argument after it had already started.
When the passengers refused to leave the car, Baldwin “got out his phone and started videotaping them,” according to the onlooker. “They pulled away right after, and he took a picture of their license plate and threw his extra-large drink into the street. Then he just went on his angry way.”
It’s not the first time the 30 Rock star has lost his cool in public. In 2014, he was arrested in New York City for biking the wrong way and arguing with cops.
In addition reprising his President Donald Trump impersonation on Saturday Night Live, Baldwin is set to star in NBC’s TV adaption of A Few Good Men, set to air in 2018.
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