A New York City thug must have misunderstood the phrase "order in the court," because he tried to place one -- asking for a cocktail from the judge who was about to sentence him to prison.
Akeem Monsalvatge, who was found guilty of an armed stickup, was standing before the bench when he decided to ask the judge if he got one last request. When the judge didn't shut him down, Monsalvatge asked, "Do I get a last meal? Can I get a Patron margarita?" -- an order that went unfilled by the unamused Raymond Dearie, who gave the man 32 years in prison instead.
We'd say that's rubbing salt into the wound. (New York Post)