37-year-old Frank Abrokwa smeared human feces on a 43-year-old woman’s face in a New York City subway station on February 21.
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NYPD arrested Abrokwa late Monday afternoon and charged him with forcible touching, menacing, disorderly conduct, and harassment.
According to the New York Post, Abrokwa has been arrested over 20 times since 1999.
Abrokwa was released without bail thanks to new Democrat bail reform laws.
The New York Post reported Abrokwa caused a scene at the courthouse and disrespected the judge, claiming he was being “mistreated by the system.”
“I’m being respectful. I’m talking to my attorney,” Abrokwa snapped at the judge. “You’re talking to her. Not to me. F*ck you, bitch.”
The New York Post reported:
The sicko who allegedly smashed his own feces in a Bronx straphanger’s face joked with cops that “s–t happens” before sneering to a Bronx judge, “F–k you, bitch.”
Frank Abrokwa, 37, was busted Monday at his homeless shelter in connection to the revolting Feb. 21 attack, according to cops and police sources.
Upon arrest, he made light of the attack, quipping to cops, “S–t happens. Haha. This is a s–tty situation. Haha,” Bronx Assistant District Attorney Grace Phillips said during Abrokwa’s arraignment late Tuesday.
Abrokwa — apparently impatient because Brooklyn detectives showed up to arrest him for an unrelated hate crime from September — also made a scene in Bronx Criminal Court.
Prior to his appearance before Judge Wanda Licitra, he could be heard in the holding area grumbling, “Why am I still here? I’m f–king tired of it. I’m hungry.”
Phillips requested an order of protection for the 43-year-old feces victim — prompting an outburst from Abrokwa, who told the judge, “I don’t know that b—h,” referring to the victim.
“Can I go with the Brooklyn detectives?” he pleaded.
He then lashed out at the judge, lamenting, “Why am I being mistreated by the system?”
“I’m being respectful. I’m talking to my attorney,” he snapped at the jurist. “You’re talking to her. Not to me. F–k you, bitch.”