Shocking moment woman SLAPS Navy sailor, swears at him and accuses him of wearing a fake uniform at a Connecticut pizza restaurant

 Footage of a woman appearing to assault a Navy sailor at a pizza parlor in Connecticut, while accusing him of wearing a fake uniform, has gone viral. 

The incident took place last weekend inside the lobby of Central Pizza on Mill Street in Berlin, where the woman was videotaped verbally and physically assaulting Sean Nolte Jr. 

'This is disgusting. Disgusting,' the woman said to Nolte Jr. before slapping him and throwing his cover on the ground.

Footage of a woman appearing to assault a Navy sailor at a pizza parlor in Connecticut, while accusing him of wearing a fake uniform, has gone viral
The incident took place last weekend inside the lobby of Central Pizza on Mill Street in Berlin, where the woman was videotaped verbally and physically assaulting Sean Nolte Jr

The incident took place last weekend inside the lobby of Central Pizza on Mill Street in Berlin, where the woman was videotaped verbally and physically assaulting Sean Nolte Jr

The woman was videotaped verbally and physically assaulting Sean Nolte Jr, who is a student at the submarine school on the Naval SUBASE in Groton

The woman was videotaped verbally and physically assaulting Sean Nolte Jr, who is a student at the submarine school on the Naval SUBASE in Groton

'Ma'am, you're on camera,' Maria Karoni, a friend of Nolte Jr. who videotaped the incident was overheard saying in the video. 

'Show his uniform,' the woman continued to yell. 'You disgrace the U.S. You disgrace the USA.'   

Police have not yet released the woman's name, but told News 8 she questioned the sailors uniform.  

The news outlet later discovered Nolte Jr. is a student at the submarine school on the Naval SUBASE in Groton.   

In a Facebook post sharing his account of the incident, Nolte Jr. said he stopped off-base to grab pizza with a friend on Sept. 11 when a woman came in and began staring at him.  

The news outlet later discovered Nolte Jr. is a student at the submarine school on the Naval SUBASE in Groton. In a Facebook post sharing his account of the incident, Nolte Jr. said he stopped off-base to grab pizza with a friend on Sept. 11 when a woman came in and began staring at him

The news outlet later discovered Nolte Jr. is a student at the submarine school on the Naval SUBASE in Groton. In a Facebook post sharing his account of the incident, Nolte Jr. said he stopped off-base to grab pizza with a friend on Sept. 11 when a woman came in and began staring at him

After she left the pizzeria several times, Nolte Jr. said the woman returned and started yelling at the staff that she knows Nolte is 'a fake' because her husband is in the Army.

'I proceed to attempt to prove that I am not a fake, even pulled out my VALID Military ID and showed it to her,' Nolte wrote. 'She kept claiming that my Military ID is fake, and proceeds to show me her DEPENDENT MILITARY ID, and screams 'This is what your ID should look like.'  

Jason Bikakis, the owner of Central Pizza, told News 8 he was shocked by what he saw.

'I have never seen something like that,' he said.  

Bikakia said he witnessed the woman slap the sailor. 

'Slap him, yes, in the face like she knows him for a long time,' Bikakis said.  

Although the video was seen by thousands, it wasn't until police released it to news outlets when tips began rolling in. 

The incident took place last weekend inside the lobby of Central Pizza on Mill Street in Berlin

The incident took place last weekend inside the lobby of Central Pizza on Mill Street in Berlin

After she left the pizzeria several times, Nolte Jr. said the woman returned and started yelling at the staff that she knows Nolte is 'a fake' because her husband is in the Army

After she left the pizzeria several times, Nolte Jr. said the woman returned and started yelling at the staff that she knows Nolte is 'a fake' because her husband is in the Army

'We got a bunch of tips yesterday [Tuesday] that we followed up on,' Acting Berlin Police Chief Chris Ciuci said. 'We were able to identify the suspect. She met with our investigators, and she's cooperating so we anticipate there will be charges forthcoming.' 

Police say they have similar videos like ones taken from surveillance cameras in the lobby of the restaurant. While the investigation remains open, police do not want to release those videos. 

'She was in a public restaurant and she created alarm by her language and by assaulting someone,' Ciuci said. 'So, there are charges related to breach of peace and assault in the third degree that we're pursuing.'

Despite showing her his military ID, the woman did not believe the Nolte Jr. was in the Navy. 

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