Panini Lady in OWS Hell

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 01:   Police arrest demonstrators affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement after attempting to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on the motorway on October 1, 2011 New York City. The highway is not intended for pedestrians, the marchers attempted to cross the bridge on the highway and were stopped on the middle of the bridge by police. Police were in the process of arresting hundreds of the protesters on the bridge. Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are opposed to outsized corporate profits on Wall Street..  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
They don't even flush. Photo: Mario Tama/2011 Getty Images

The woman who owns Panini & Co. near Zuccotti Park is having her own meltdown, saying that protesters are physically and emotionally threatening her, calling her "spawn of the devil," causing constant police interference, and clogging her toilet. Stacey Tzortzatos tells the Post that she's been repeatedly told to watch her back ever since banning "squatters" from using her restroom to wash themselves — which was flooded and damaged as a result of the overuse. They also unplugged her ATM and probably are not purchasing a lot of pesto and brie. [NYP]