Back in July, Chris Morgan achieved online infamy after a video of him threatening Bagel Boss customers went viral. Morgan was filmed ranting inside the bagel store in Bay Shore, Long Island, complaining about dating sites before he was tackled to the ground for threatening a man much taller than he is. TMZ reports that he's gotten himself in trouble with the law once again for causing a scene.
On Sunday, Morgan was restrained by authorities at Bay Shore Marina in New York. He was reportedly shouting at strangers and threatening them with "a small bat." He was arrested after police officers saw him "causing a disturbance," at which point he was pinned to the ground and transported to a local hospital for a psych evaluation. a person can be heard telling Morgan, "We're sick of your nonsense," in the footage.
During the whole incident, the 5-foot misogynist kept yelling at the authorities and onlookers.
Morgan has since been released. He posted a video of himself sitting in the back of a car listening to "Bad Boys" to celebrate his freedom. "Dont believe everything the news media tells you," he said in a follow-up tweet.
Morgan reportedly signed a deal with fighting promoter Damon Feldman earlier this year, and he's currently set to fight Mets player Lenny Dykstra next month in a "Celebrity Boxing" match. Morgan also had his YouTube account suspended earlier this year. His video titles included “Neighbor threatens to punch the shit out of me” and “Ghetto hoodrat cuts in front of me to use bathroom.”