CANNED! A Port-A-Potty posse beats up a security guard

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Three thugs forced their way into a Lombardy Street parking lot on June 22, confining the security guards in a portable toilet and beating them mercilessly with the butt of a handgun.

The foul encounter started when a female accomplice asked one of the guards for directions at around 3:25 am. When the guard said he didn’t know the way, three male crooks forced pushed through a gate and into lot, which is near the corner of Gardner Avenue, hard against the Newtown Creek.

Once inside, one of the crooks smashed the guard in the face with a handgun, then locked him in a portable toilet. The thugs then ambushed another guard, pistol-whipping him three times in the face before dragging him to the movable ’loo.

“Where’s the stuff!” one of the armed crooks demanded, but the guards couldn’t fork over the bounty the crooks were seeking.

Then the villains ordered the guards to take off their clothes.

One of the guards couldn’t disrobe quickly enough to please his captors, and was struck on the back of the head with the handgun.

The thugs then brought the undressed guards into the parking lot and smashed their personal and work phones on the ground. Before leaving with just $35, the thugs ordered the guards to lay on the ground and count to 50.

Updated 4:01 pm, November 10, 2010
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TT from yours says:
it would have been so much worse had they smeared some of the portable toilet rental goo on the victims...ewwwww...nice job fellas...a whole 35 bucks....
July 15, 2009, 8:46 pm

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