Talk abut a fishy thing to do!
Some Hamptons teens threw a giant fish off the roof of the fancy Le Bilboquet restaurant in Sag Harbor, sources exclusively tell Page Six — and the incoming catch of the day crashed down on tables, causing chaos among well-heeled diners.
A source told us of the packed-to-the-gills hot spot: “A 20-pound striped bass was thrown from the roof of Bilboquet by two teenagers and landed on a table, sending glasses and plates flying!”
The East End insider said, “Medics were called for a woman who was cut and bleeding, and the cops and an ambulance came.”
The restaurant comped the affected tables, we hear, and turned up the tunes at the eatery known for its party-hearty atmosphere.
Apparently no arrests have been made, though we hear restaurant staffers have some leads on who the young culprits are.
A rep for the place didn’t comment, and local cops confirmed the incident happened — but didn’t provide further details.
Just weeks ago, we reported that two men in their 60s got into fisticuffs at the same spot.
“There was a bloody nose,” a source said. “The wife of one of the guys threw a glass that broke.” Another source said, “Fists were flying and they actually tackled each other to the floor.” The pugilistic pair allegedly got bounced.
The eatery with an original location in Manhattan is co-owned by billionaire Ron Perelman and investor Steve Witkoff, and is popular with such VIPs as Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez, designer Donna Karan, author Candace Bushnell and society scions like Anne Hearst and Petra Khashoggi.
The NYC location has been known for its high-society Saturday brunch parties.