[Apologetic Update Below] Everything we've ever learned about bullying aficionado and presidential nopeful Chris Christie has led us to believe he is the kind of person who angrily shouts over his cell phone on the quiet car of a train while sipping on a pink smoothie from McDonald's. And now we have (probable) confirmation that Christie is exactly the kind of person who angrily shouts over his cell phone on the quiet car of a train while sipping on a pink smoothie from McDonald's.

Alexander Mann, who was on the 9:55 a.m. Amtrak train from DC to New York this morning, told Gawker about his experience with Christie. Here is the money quote:

He got on last minute yelling at his two secret service agents I think because of a seat mixup, sat down and immediately started making phone calls on the quiet car. After about 10 minutes the conductor asked him to stop or go to another car. He got up and walked out again yelling at his secret service. He was drinking a McDonald’s strawberry smoothie.

Mann added that he overheard Christie repeatedly saying the phrases, "this is frickin’ ridiculous" and “seriously?! seriously?!" over the phone. Perhaps someone had just reminded Christie that he was still technically running for president, despite the fact that the vast majority of America has already forgotten. Even the people on his presidential leadership team have forgotten to support him, quietly backing out of a room while Christie says something incendiary about minorities and President Obama.

Update: Christie has now apologized for his behavior on the train this morning. "On a very full train this morning, the Governor accidentally took a seat in Amtrak's notorious quiet car," Samantha Smith, Christie's spokeswoman, told us. "After breaking the cardinal rule of the quiet car, the Governor promptly left once he realized the serious nature of his mistake and enjoyed the rest of his time on the train from the cafe car."

She added, "Sincere apologies to all the patrons of the quiet car that were offended." There was no mention of the strawberry smoothie from McDonald's.

Update 2: The Updating: Christie has already admitted to breaking the cardinal rule of Amtrak's "notorious quiet car," but the saga is NOT quite over. Katie Klabusich says that she was sitting at the same table as Christie on the train when the incident happened, and she claims the description of the scene by Alexander Mann and Gawker is not entirely fair.

It's VERY important to note that she did not mention anything about the strawberry smoothie from McDonald's, so her account is clearly filled with glaring holes as well.