120308saigone.jpgPolice have arrested Simon Nget, a Cambodian refugee who built a thriving Vietnamese restaurant mini-chain in NYC only to see the well-received food eclipsed by his notorious mistreatment of the Chinese immigrant delivery workers, who recently won a $4.6 million class action lawsuit against the restaurateur. Nget's wife Michelle was also arrested this morning. The couple is charged with falsifying business records and evidence tampering, allegedly to hide how many hours the delivery staff worked. The prosecution is being spearheaded by the office of state attorney general Andrew Cuomo, and the Times reports that the Ngets have been charged with over Class E 200 felony counts, which each carry a term of up to four years in prison.