Actor Peter Dante of The Waterboy (and like every Adam Sandler movie) fame, was thrown out of an L.A. hotel last week following an epic triade.
Of the racist and homophobic variety. Per TMZ, Dante called a staffer a "n--ga" and a "f--got" at the J.W. Marriott in Santa Monica early Friday morning.
According to the incident report, Dante began screaming around 1 a.m. because he wanted a new room key and was pissed that staffers didn't recognize him.
A staffer, who happened to be African-American, tried to help Dante.
The actor then said to a friend, "You better tell this n--ga to give me my fucking room key before I f--k him up ... he clearly doesn't know who the f--k I am."
Dante then continued to berate the staffer to his face, saying, "N--ga do you know who I am? I'm a black belt and you're a black person, I will f--k you up."
He also directed his venom toward a Latino parking valet, yelling, "Hey Mexican, this is Santa Monica, do you know where you are? We don't need you."
Then, according the the staff member, "[Dante] threatened to have Suge Knight, Busta Rhymes and Adam Sandler come to my house and 'f--k me up.'"
Dante also cited his Hells Angels hookup and said his Santa Monica P.D. connections "knew him very well and they weren't going to help me at all."
In fact, the report says when police arrived on the scene, it became clear that one of the officers "knew Mr. Dante and had already taken his side."
According to the report, the officer instructed the hotel staffer to give Dante a full refund for his stay at the Marriott. It's unclear if the staffer complied.
A rep for the SMPD told TMZ in response to the favoritism claims, "We deny the allegations. Nobody gets special treatment because of their status."
As for Dante, he eventually left ... and days later, admitted using n-bomb all the time, as his black friends, like NBA star Marcus Camby, are cool with it.
When asked if he's worried that people think he's a hateful person, he said, "[Think] I'm worried about Harvey Levin? You can suck my d--k too you f--got."
Peter Dante, everyone.