Too delicious to pass up: NYPD cop loses it at Stamford Mall's Godiva chocolate shoppe

 One on New York's Finest wants her chocolate creams, NOW!

One on New York's Finest wants her chocolate creams, NOW!

"Don't tell me you're closed, the f***ing door was open!"

An off-duty NYPD officer went berserk in a Godiva store when she was told they were closing — even fighting police who responded to the call, cops said.
Officer Amanda Villafane went to the store at the Stamford Town Center with her mother and Christopher Salvadore, 32, around 6 p.m. Sunday, police said.
“They were told the store was closing,” Stamford Police Sgt. Brian Butler said. “They were not happy with that answer.”
That’s when Villafane took off her jacket and started yelling, video of the incident shows.
At one point, she can be heard threatening a clerk: “I will knock you the f–k out!”
Making matters worse, Villafane showed her NYPD identification and fought with a cop.
“When they went to arrest her she didn’t want to cooperate so they had to take her to the ground and cuff her,” Butler said.
He said the floor was covered with “blood and chocolate.”