(Slay news) – A Pennsylvania man who reached his limit with rising gas prices was arrested after he put anti-Biden stickers on fuel pumps. The stickers have been sprouting up on gas pumps across the country and feature a finger-pointing Joe Biden that says ‘I did that.’
Criminal charges have been filed against Thomas Richard Glazewski, 54, of Manor Township. He was charged with resisting arrest, a misdemeanor, along with disorderly conduct, harassment, and criminal mischief — all summary offenses.
Glazewski was arrested Thursday at the Turkey Hill at 1503 Columbia Ave., East Hempfield Township. The incident was caught on video, posted to social media, and has thousands of views already. (See Video Below)
The video shows Glazewski yelling “I did that. I did that. That’s what I did,” while pointing to several stickers of Biden on the pump.
A Turkey Hill employee told police Glazewski sprayed the stickers with a clear coat or something to make them harder to remove.
Aaron Philips, the man who posted the video, added this caption:
“MUST WATCH! Happened today at Turkey Hill located on Columbia Ave in Lancaster, PA. 03/31/22 at about 12:50PM.
“This guy stuck stickers on a gas pump, got yelled at by a clerk for doing so and went crazy afterwards.
“Shout out to Manor Township Police Department, East Hempfield and Manheim township for handling the situation quickly and correctly!
“The guy admits he stuck the stickers there, he “chased after the camera” and got to where he is now.
“The build up was just him yelling and flipping out at the clerk for him putting the sticker on the pump. Enjoy.”
From The Daily Mail:
The ‘I did that!’ sticker has popped up across the country over the last few weeks as gas prices soar, similar to the ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ chants that swept through many red states as people showed their displeasure with the Democratic president.
One Alabama gas station employee told WAAY-TV last month that he regularly peels off the stickers from fuel pumps.
‘I take off five or six a day from our different pumps,’ Perry Cagle, assistant manager of an Exxon station near Athens, told the outlet.
Glazewski was serving two years of probation after pleading guilty to a count of retail theft in 2020 at the time of this incident, court records indicate.
This was the third time in the last decade he had been convicted and sentenced to probation for a retail theft offence, according to court documents.