Small-Town Ice Cream Truckers' Anarchic Reign of Terror Challenged
You think your small town has drama? Well, do they have battling ice cream trucks that have routinely attack one another -- verbally, physically, and legally? Unless you're one of the sixteen thousand in Gloversville, New York, probably not. And you should be thankful.
Between Scott and Joshua Malatino, the Frank Nitti of her ice-cream-vending spelling abomination, the Sno Kone Joe vendors have run into the law ten times since 2009—yes, over fighting in pizza parlors, and yes, over arguing with 14-year-old customers, but most of all, over territorial disputes with their sworn enemy, Mr. Ding-A-Ling (owned by Phillip Hollister).