Maybe he requires a little more meditation?
A yoga instructor beat a fellow moviegoer who was playing with his cell phone throughout a screening of the Quentin Tarantino movie “Once Upon a time… in Hollywood,” a report stated Monday.
34-year-old Nicholas Glasgow supposedly carried out the beatdown at the Iowa City multiplex last September at the end of the movie featuring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, sources reported, indicating a criminal complaint.
Glasgow had initially been required an apology from the victim “for ruining the film for him,” the report stated.
He then hit the guy in his face and kicked him after he knocked to the ground, according to the criminal grievance.
Before the movie, starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, even started, Glasgow asked theater workers to “speak to the victim regarding his phone usage,” the complaint tells.
The suspect supposedly said to the employees “to take care of it or he would.”
According to theater workers, he always catches a flick on Tuesday nights.
In an online form for Riverycity Pilates center, Glasgow, an only child, tells he attracted to yoga as “a mode of therapy.” He notes “movie theater gluttony” as his “wrong pleasure.”
Charges And Punishments
A yoga instructor arrested for beating up a fellow moviegoer who was playing with his cell phone throughout a screening of the Quentin Tarantino movie.
Glasgow charged with attack and criminal mischief.