New Yorkers are said to be a rude lot, if films produced by non-New Yorkers are any indication. Loud, brash, not afraid of speaking their minds (in a Brooklyn accent, most likely) etc. So you’d imagine they’d get pretty feisty if someone got between them and their precious food truck du jour.
Anderson Cooper’s show ‘Anderson’ tested this theory out by hiring an actor to deliberately cut long lines at food trucks and see how people would react on hidden camera. How did they fare? See for yourself, below.