So what do you get when you cross a Lebanese Harvard Business student and alcohol? Well, this:

Christian Huot, 25, and Dina Mustafa Sidani, 26, told cops they just wanted to retrieve their belongings. After the club’s staff told police they couldn’t find any inside, the officers advised Huot and Sidani to call management the next day, cops said, but Huot and Sidani refused to leave. Then, police said, Sidani called the cops racists, saying, “I’m a Lebanese citizen. I’m going to call the Lebanese Embassy,” while Huot stuck his arms out, saying, “Arrest me. I want you to arrest me.”

I’m a Lebanese citizen?!? I’m going to call the Lebanese Embassy?!? Seriously? I mean if you said something like, “I’m a member of Hezbollah and I’m going to call Nasrallah to launch his missiles are you”, well then you might have received a more telling response. And since when ‘being Lebanese’ got us any privileges? Other than Syria and Jordan, there is no where else in the world we can travel to without queuing at an Embassy for hours. Even if we were to get in trouble in a foreign country, I highly doubt you’d see a Lebanese representative in the country lift a finger.

HUOT UNDER THE COLLAR: Harvard Business School student Christian Huot allegedly grabbed a police officer by the throat on Friday night. Huot was arrested on charges of assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct.

HUOT UNDER THE COLLAR: Harvard Business School student Christian Huot allegedly grabbed a police officer by the throat on Friday night. Huot was arrested on charges of assault and battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct.