From the Daily Journal of some city in New Jersey (the newspaper's website hides the city name):
BRIDGETON – A Vineland man’s anti-social behavior at a Social Security office landed him in jail, authorities said.
The trouble began Thursday when 53-year-old Jeffrey Kuss became “irate” because he was unhappy with the long wait time while in line at the Social Security office on West Broad Street, according to police Lt. James Battavio. A security officer at the office contacted police because Kuss was acting up, he said.
The guard told Kuss that his appointment had been canceled due to his inappropriate behavior and asked him to leave the premises. Kuss responded by shouting obscenities in front of a crowd of 40 people, including children, police said.
Police informed Kuss he had to leave, but he refused and insisted he had an appointment, Battavio said. Officers then escorted him outside the building,
That’s where Kuss began blocking patrons from going inside as he made threats and used profanities, police said.
He was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct and taken to the police station, where he refused to be processed and subsequently charged with obstruction, Battavio said.Kuss was held on $1,000 bail in Cumberland County Jail.