The person slapping Rudy Giuliani on his back is in custody, police say

The person slapping Rudy Giuliani on his back is in custody, police say

June 28, 2022: -On Sunday, a man is in custody after he was alleged to slap retired New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on the back, New York City police said.

The man, aged 39-year-old, is an employee at a ShopRite store in the city’s Staten Island borough, where Giuliani was at a campaign for his son, Andrew, competing for the Republican nomination for governor of New York, according to the police.

Police added that the man “came to him and slapped him in the back.”

“We will not be intimidated by left-wing attacks,” Andrew Giuliani said. “As governor, I will stand up for law and order, so New Yorkers feel safe again.”

The man was not recognized, and police did not say what specific allegations prompted them to detain him.

Store security video posted by the New York Post experienced a few coming up behind Giuliani inside the retailer, slapping him on the back without much reactive movement by Giuliani.

Giuliani, aged 78, told the publication the man known as him an expletive during the contact.

Giuliani was working as an advisor to former President Donald Trump during their time in office when he was competing for the results of the 2020 election and did not require medical attention, police said.

In May, Giuliani, a counselor, and former federal prosecutor, met with the congressional committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riots for nine hours.

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