One Wall Street Occupier messed with the wrong Marine on Sunday, and got a little taste of the sidewalk sandwich as a result.
The New York Post sets the scene at newly-elected Congressman Bob Turner's swearing in ceremony at a Queens school:
"Adam Weissman, 33, of Astoria, was one of three demonstrators to disrupt Turner’s local swearing-in ceremony at Metropolitan High School in Forest Hills. Turner won the congressional seat once held by disgraced ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner by defeating Assemblyman David Weprin."
But the heckler was only able to get out a few words before Kevin Hiltunen of Brooklyn grabbed him by the scruff of his jacket and booted him out to the curb.
Hiltunen was identified by the Post as a former Marine and ex-NYPD officer.
“I guess you could say I sorted him out," Hiltunen said, "All I was doing was trying to stop this historic occasion from being disrupt-ed. There is a time and place to exercise your First Amendment rights."
“This was not the time or the venue."
You can get the rest of Hiltunen's story and his thoughts on the Occupy movement here, courtesy of the NY Post.