A man by the name of Leo threw his wallet at the mayor during the City Council meeting. The mayor didn't flinch, the wallet struck the dais in front of Johnson and the man was escorted out the City Council Chambers - without further incident - by three police officers.
Leo is a regular at council meetings, showing up dozens of times over the past few years. He was apparently angry at the mayor and City Manager John Shirey for not doing enough to help him regain his identity, which he said was stolen.
The incident also included Leo criticizing the oil companies of killing of fish in the ocean, which "also killed off the fishing industry." At one point, members of Occupy Sacramento applauded for Leo.
After Leo used up his two minutes of speaking time, the mayor asked for his final thought.
"I'm going to go over my two minutes and you're not going to stop me," Leo responded, adding that if police officers tried to remove him, "I shall lay my hands on them."
After Johnson pounded his gavel, Leo reached into his back pocket and said, "if you want my identity, then taken my (expletive) wallet." He then threw the wallet at Johnson.