Is nothing sacred these days?
There was “blood and broken glass” at Le Bilboquet in Sag Harbor when two well-heeled old geezers allegedly got into a brawl.
Eyewitnesses tell Page Six that “two guys in their 60s got into a physical altercation and started punching each other” at the upscale eatery, which is owned by billionaire Ron Perelman and investor Steve Witkoff.
It seems that one of the posh pugilists, at least, could throw a decent jab.
“There was a bloody nose,” our source says, adding that “the wife of one of the guys threw a glass” that broke.
Another source tells us that “fists were flying and they actually tackled each other to the floor.”
God bless the diners who witnessed this fracas and, once they regained their bearings, immediately thought to reach out to The Post with the hot tip. They are the real heroes.
It was a big weekend for fisticuffs in the tri-state area. This brawl at Le Bilboquet. The massive fight during the Arsenal-Manchester United friendly at MetLife Stadium. And Mike Francesa demolishing the Yankees on Twitter.
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