Don't worry, Philly wiseguys. Gaeton Lucibello isn't pulling a Henry Hill on you.
He won't be taking the stand to tell the jury about the alleged crimes of Philly mob boss Joseph Ligambi and his underlings.
That's because the guilty plea Lucibello finalized Thursday doesn't require him to dish on La Cosa Nostra to receive a little leniency.
"It's a noncooperation agreement," said David Fritchey, chief of the Organized Crime Strike Force in the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Lucibello, 59, admitted to assisting in shaking down a bookie for "street tax" payments and operating two illegal video-poker machines as part of a racketeering conspiracy. He faces up to 30 years in prison, but under the terms of the agreement, he'll likely receive 51 to 63 months at his sentencing in November.