Man 'pretends he's in the mafia to get free croissants'

By Kirstin Buick
05 December 2013

A man was arrested after allegedly pretending to be an Italian mafia chief to get free drinks and croissants, but was later arrested by the police.

A man was arrested after allegedly pretending to be an Italian mafia chief to get free drinks and croissants.

According to Italian newspaper Corriere, Ubaldo Citarella reportedly spent "days" telling a bartender in the Italian city of Salerno that he was part of the infamous Camorra family.

On one occasion the 52-year-old man is said to have put a bottle of gasoline outside the establishment after he was asked to pay for his drinks, but he was later reported to the police by the bartender and arrested.

The police are thought to be investigating whether or not Citarella is involved in the mafia or not.

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