“I don’t care if that toy gun is plastic,” Leni Calas tells the reporter. “I mean, he’s brandishing a firearm and I don’t care if that firearm is plastic. That’s unacceptable.” Note that the video above edits out the bit about “brandishing a firearm” (which is included in this story). And the assertion that Zbigniew Pawlowski’s kids pointing the plastic pistol at the other kids? I doubt it. Bottom line: this brace of busybodies in a New York City park knew Jack Powlowski was playing with a toy gun and called the cops. The cops knew it was a toy gun used for play, arrested him and charged him with reckless endangerment, endangering the welfare of a child and violating city weapons laws. Unbelievable. Or not. The next thing you’ll tell me is that New York State troopers arrested a gun owner for loading more than seven rounds in a legally registered firearm. Oh, wait . . .