(NEWSER) – His profanity-laced rant about wanting bacon jalapeno mac and cheese made him famous on YouTube. Now, University of Connecticut student Luke Gatti is turning to YouTube to apologize. In a 2.5-minute video, Gatti, 19, admits he was "very intoxicated" when he got into an argument with the manager of a campus eatery, which ended in his arrest on Oct. 4.

When he first watched the video, "I couldn't even believe it was me in it. I was watching it and thinking, 'Oh my God. What the hell's wrong with me,'" Gatti says, per the Hartford Courant. Gatti adds the manager who refused him service because he allegedly brought an open container of alcohol "was just doing his job. He gave me so many chances to walk away. And I didn't listen to him," he says. "No one deserves to be treated that way, like ever."

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