Rudy Giuliani made a false report in an attack on an SI supermarket

Mayor Eric Adams said Tuesday that Rudy Giuliani should be investigated for filing a false police report into an alleged attack on a Staten Island supermarket – prompting the former mayor to tell Adams to “f- himself k go”.

The Mayoral Smackdown began when Adams chided Giuliani for his “creativity and sensationalism” when he claimed he could have been “killed” by the slap on the back he received while singing for his son Andrew, a GOP gubernatorial candidate, fought.

“I’ve been watching the video and someone needs to remind former Mayor Giuliani that it’s a felony to falsely report a crime,” Adams said during an independent news conference in East Harlem.

“And from what he said about the punch in the head it felt like a bullet – from what he said there was a lot of creativity and I think the prosecutor has the wrong person to investigate.” ‘ said Adams.

Rudy Giuliani with son Andrew.
Rudy Giuliani with son Andrew, who is running for governor of New York.

“If you look at the video, the guy just walked by and patted him on the back,” the mayor added. “I don’t know if he said congratulations, I don’t know what he said to him. But it was clear he wasn’t hit in the head. It was clear that it didn’t feel like a bullet. It was clear he wasn’t going to fall.”

Giuliani, 78, wasn’t exactly happy with Adam’s assessment.

“Tell Adams to fuck himself off,” he told The Post on Tuesday. “What the hell – king bastard.”

A video grab appears to show Giuliani being slapped on the back at ShopRite.
A video grab appears to show Giuliani being slapped on the back at ShopRite.

“Eric Adams doesn’t know what the fuck he’s talking about,” he said. “He doesn’t know what he’s talking about. I did not file the complaint. His police department filed a complaint. The police have started investigations. The police questioned witnesses.

“Have him speak to his police department,” Giuliani added. “He probably can’t. The cops probably won’t talk to him. You don’t trust him. He must have been a bad cop.”

Giuliani was chatting with locals after returning from the men’s room at the Staten Island ShopRite on Sunday when store employee Daniel Gill appeared behind him and slapped him on the back, video of the incident shows.

Daniel Gil
Daniel Gil

Gill, 39, was initially charged with second-degree assault in the incident – although the charges were reduced to third-degree molestation and molestation.

In an interview with The Post after the incident, Giuliani said he could have been killed by a blow to the back.

“It was a very, very difficult shot. He could have easily hit me, knocked me down and killed me,” he said. “He’s lucky he didn’t punch me. Falls are extremely dangerous for an older person.”

He later called the slap “a very, very heavy shot,” adding that “he was lucky he didn’t knock me down,” because “falls are extremely dangerous for an elderly person.” Rudy Giuliani made a false report in an attack on an SI supermarket


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