We were remiss in not linking
sooner to this fabulous New York Post
piece, by scribes Erin Calabrese and Lauren Elkies:
A State Department worker cruising down 34th Street with three scantily clad women in what appeared to be a government car with flashing lights collided with a yellow cab last night after allegedly running a red light, police said.
The man -- 26-year-old Jason Giuliani, reportedly a member of State's Diplomatic Security Service -- was armed at the time, according to observers. Before the crash, he was yelling to passers-by, "stay to the right! Stay to the right!" over the loudspeaker of his government-issue Buick LeSabre, as he piloted it west down the eastbound lane.
After the crash, witnesses noted the presence of a cooler in the backseat, and a case of Heineken in the trunk. Before Giuliani was taken away by police, he was caught on videotape handing a "small brown bag" to one of the women, the Post reported
No word on Giuliani's status at the State Department; we've got our fingers crossed he's reassigned to Washington, D.C., or gets a job with Shirlington Limo