A South American opera singer named Gabriela Pochinki faces charges today after acting up in an Upper West Side restaurant. Read more on Gabriela Pochinki’s naughty behavior below.
Gabriela Pochinki will face charges today including trespassing, theft of service, and disorderly conduct stemming from her bahavior in a restaurant.
The problems began when diners at Nice Matin complained that soprano Gabriela Pochinki having a loud conversation via speakerphone on her cell phone. The manager approached Pochinki to discuss the matter and Pochinki copped an attitude.
Jeanette Josue says Pochinki waved her away, saying, “Get out of here. I’m not leaving.” And when Josue was forced to return a fourth time, Pochinki “really shoved her. She pushed her away, even as she turned away,” the employee told the Daily News. And the whole ordeal was actually caught on camera.
Then Gabriela Pochinki said she was not going to pay her $34 tab, and police were called to the scene. An NYPD source tells the Post, “She became unreasonably noisy.”
Pochinki’s business manager cannot believe it because “she’s such a sweet person. I don’t know what could have happened. She doesn’t drink; she doesn’t smoke. She’s the most peaceful person you’ll ever meet.”
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