A stranger in his 60s approached the driver and told him he couldn’t park in front of the hogs, but the deliveryman continued with the drop-off, law enforcement sources said.
When he returned to his car, two other men approached. One held him by the neck while the other sucker-punched him in the face, the sources added.
The victim, who reportedly suffered minor facial injuries, refused medical treatment. No arrests were made, per the Daily News.
Both the Post and the News noted that in December 2016, a Long Island man survived a gunshot to the stomach during a late night/early morning altercation outside the clubhouse. Police said that the fight began after the victim exited his friend's Mercedez-Benz to move an orange parking cone so that the car could pass a livery driver stopped on the street.
The biker charged in the assault reportedly died of an aneurysm in September 2017.