Benjamin "The Claw" Castellazzo is sounding more white trash by the day.
Earlier this month it was reported that the reputed Colombo underboss lives in a New Jersey trailer park and his wife is on food stamps.
Now it's alleged that he was resolving disputes between rival mobsters over placement of the carnie game Razzle Dazzle at an Italian feast as reported by John Marzulli for the Daily News.
Maybe the next stop for The Claw is as an attraction at the freak show on the Coney Island boardwalk.
Actually, his next stop likely will be federal prison -- another kind of freak show -- when he is sentenced later this month on an extortion conviction by Brooklyn federal judge Kiyo Matsumoto.
Although Castellazzo faces up to eight years he perhaps may catch a break from Judge Matsumoto who since the 2011 takedown of the Colombo family has given 24 sentences "below the recommended guidelines, according to court records" as reported by John Marzulli for the Daily News.