Massachusetts Woman Pulls Dentures From Bartender’s Mouth

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In one of the most creative attempts to avoid being shut off, a Massachusetts woman pulled the false teeth out of the mouth of a bartender (and romantic rival) at an American Legion in Dudley, Mass.

Police say the woman, 46-year-old Caterina Froio-Chaput of Oxford, MA was released on $100 bail after pleading not guilty this past Thursday to assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. The Telegram reported the following denture-diving and swiping scene:

The bartender told Ms. Froio-Chaput that she was not allowed in the American Legion and she could not be served. When she was told to leave, Ms. Froio-Chaput allegedly started hitting the bartender in the face and pulled the false teeth out of the bartender’s mouth. After the bartender escaped behind the bar, Ms. Froio-Chaput allegedly picked up a beer bottle from the counter and threw it at her, striking her in the chest, according to the police report.

When questioned further, police learned that this was a typical case of ‘bitch stole my man.’

Ms. Froio-Chaput told police that she went to the American Legion to get her estranged husband and to confront the bartender who, she said, was sleeping with him, the police report said.

After police found teeth in Froio-Chaput’s front vest pocket and asked if they were hers, she got her last dig into that ‘dirty friggen whoah’: 

When asked if the teeth were hers, Ms. Froio-Chaput said, “No, I don’t have fake teeth. They must belong to that (expletive) and she must have planted them in my pocket.”

Classic old switcheroo of planting the false teeth in the vest pocket of your current lover’s scorned estranged wife.