ST. PAUL, Minn. — Justin John Boudin may have done his anger management homework, but he apparently didn't learn his lesson.
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The 27-year-old Minnesota man pleaded guilty to fifth-degree assault charges for losing his temper on the way to class.
According to the criminal complaint, Boudin was waiting at a bus stop in August when he harassed a 59-year-old woman. Witnesses say he yelled "Why don't you show me some respect?" at the woman.
The complaint says when she took out her cell to call police, he punched her in the face. When a 63-year-old man tried to stop him, Boudin hit him with a blue folder. Then he ran, dropping the folder.
Police were able to track him down using the papers inside, which included his name and his anger management homework.
Prosecutors expect at a hearing in May he'll be sentenced to time served, which will be at least 120 days, and probation.
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