They say New Yorkers aren’t friendly, however, one out-of-state driver proved everyone wrong on Wednesday when he threatened a driver on the Queensboro Bridge.
A 49-year-old and 46-year-old were driving their vehicle on the lower level of the Queensboro Bridge heading into Manhattan when the suspect — 24-year-old Kevin Yudianto of Louisiana — sideswiped them with his car, according to police.
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When the drivers stopped their vehicles, Yudianto got out of the car and pointed a black gun at the other driver before driving away from the scene, cops said.
Police arrested Yudianto on East 81st Street and First Avenue, and recovered two guns from his car.
Yudianto was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and menacing.
According to the New York Daily News, the Louisiana resident was awaiting arraignment on Thursday.