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It wasn’t an average day in court when 24 year-old Zaire Page was handed the maximum sentence.  Involved in a Forte Green shootout killing one woman and wounding four others, Zaire was looking at a lifetime in prison.  His accomplice, Robert Crawford, was previously sentenced to 53 years in prison last month.

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Right before sentencing, Zaire realized he had nothing to lose and so eloquently told the judge, “With all due respect and from the bottom of my heart, suck my d*ck!“  Without missing a beat, the presiding Judge Del Diudice fired back, “I respectfully decline your offer,” before telling Zaire, “you are a danger to all civilized members of society.”  Zaire was then sentenced to a whopping 107 years behind bars.  According to the New York Post, when Zaire asked the judge to fellate him, members of the court house burst into murmurs of “straight up!”

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Oddly enough, Zaire had a minor role in the film Brooklyn’s Finest.  He had previously been barred from the court room for yelling at a police eye witness and previously named Judge Del Diudice in a “rambling 128-page federal lawsuit that was dismissed.“  I have to give it to Zaire; he kept things extra classy by throwing in “with all due respect” before telling the judge to blow him.