You've heard of road rage…this is pump rage. (And it has nothing to do with rising prices!)
A 35-year-old Queens, New York man was taken into custody on charges of menacing and criminal possession of a weapon, police said, after he brandished a gun on a fellow driver Thursday while trying to get gas in fuel-depleted New York.
Sean Bailey could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted on the charges, which stem from an incident in which Bailey allegedly cut another driver to get in line for gas, then pulled his gun out when the motorist complained.
Superstorm Sandy has closed down many gas stations and slowed deliveries to a halt, creating massive lines at the outlets that remain open.