(upbeat music) Marissa Tuprack. Good morning. You have a red light violation, a school zone violation, and a parking meter violation. We’re gonna look at the red light violation. Okay. This is 737, please. Okay, there’s a sign there, right on red after stop. You made a right hand turn, you didn’t stop. That was my father, sir, that’s his car. I’m just here to represent him. Okay, did he give you the money to pay for the ticket? I mean, I originally came for a parking ticket. But he had other violations. I told the lady, I’ll handle it. You know, don’t worry about it. Yeah, where is he? Is he home, is he working? He’s working, he works seven days a week. So I told my dad, you know, just sleep. ‘Cause he wakes up at nine to go to Restaurant Depot. You know, I told him that I’ll take care of it. Don’t worry about it. Yeah, what does he do? We own a restaurant. We own The New York system, I’ve been here before. The hot wiener joint. Oh, on Smith Street. Yeah. Oh, The New York System?
Yes. It’s been there forever, right? Oh, yeah, 1927. You ever been to that restaurant, Inspector Quinn? (all laughing) Yeah, she was in bed at that hour when I was last at that restaurant. Do they still put the wieners on the arm? No, we don’t do that anymore, no. Just three on a hand. I forget the restaurant, I do remember. I’m not gonna mention the name of the restaurant. But you go to the restaurant, they sold hot wieners. So the guy, he’d take all the orders, he’d have a dozen hot wieners, right? Take them all off, put ’em on his arm. They’d all be up here. Then he’d get the mustard. Okay, here you go. Never a question from the Health Department about that? No, no, no, no. Nowadays, you can’t even do it. Two in a hand with a glove. (Frank laughing) Exactly. Now you sell hot wieners, right? Yes. What’s the difference between hot wiener and a hotdog? So the hot wiener, it’s a combination of three meats. It has pork, veal, and chicken. And hotdog could be like 100% beef, 100% pork. And then, on the hot wiener, we put mustard, the special meat sauce, onion, and celery salt. And it’s called the Rhode Island Original Hot Wiener. Right, I see. Just giving away all the secrets. Yeah, but the meat sauce is the secret. It’s a big recipe and it’s been around since 1927, by the Greeks, that’s what they say. All right, it’s gonna cost you $75. So your dad works seven days a week? Yes, open to close. You work there too?
Yes, I do. I’m the manager, with my big sister too. So it’s a family deal.
Mm-hmm. They’re the best. Yeah. Well, your dad has a great daughter. You have a great personality. I can see the concern and the love that you see for your dad just comes through, right? Anyway, good luck to you. Thank you, I appreciate it. Have a great day. Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune into Caught in Providence every weekday. Excuse me, you didn’t know Caught in Providence is also a TV show? Oh, wow, your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, go to caughtinprovidence.com. Click on your local listings, scroll down till you find your hometown, then start doing your happy dance. That’s it, move it, move it, nice (laughs). All rise and hit subscribe so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge, subscribe now.