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Francis Hennegan also threatened to 'drop a nuclear bomb'

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The man caught on camera Saturday claiming to be Louis Vuitton at a Tumon restaurant apparently threatened to "drop a nuclear bomb on the place."

This viewer submitted video shows Francis Hennegan at the Sea Grill Saturday night.

By the time police arrived, he had fled the scene but didn't go far.
Court documents state police were called across the street to DFS T Galleria for a reported theft. Hennegan was also implicated in that theft.

He allegedly returned back to the Sea Grill where he yelled he was in charge of GPD, the FBI, CIA, and NATO.

He allegedly became combative and refused to surrender to police.
On him, court documents state he had a half-full bottle of liquor.

He was arrested and charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct as misdemeanors.

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