A Pennsylvania man was arrested for putting stickers on fuel pumps featuring a finger-pointing Joe Biden that says ‘I did that!’ in a protest gaining traction around the country.
Thomas Richard Glazewski, 54, of Manor Township, was arrested on March 31 after a confrontation with police that was caught on video and shared on social media.
The video shows Glazewski being tackled by cops at a Turkey Hill convenience store on 1503 Columbia Avenue in East Hempfield Township, Lancaster Online reported.
He repeatedly yells: ‘I did that. I did that. That’s what I did,’ as he points to several stickers of the finger-pointing Biden slapped on the gas pump.
Glazewski made it even more difficult to remove the stickers after spraying the surface with a clear coat, a Turkey Hill employee told police.
He was charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, harassment, and criminal mischief last Monday and is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on April 26.
While being forced into the back of a police vehicle Glazewski suffered ‘self-inflicted injuries’ which required EMS to take him to a local hospital, according to charging documents.
The ‘I did that!’ sticker has popped up across the country over the last few weeks as gas prices soar, similar to the ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ chants that swept through many red states as people showed their displeasure with the Democratic president.