During his tirade, the man, who appears to be speaking to a Fresh Kitchen employee, complains about the Spanish he's hearing and then threatens to call ICE on the Spanish speakers. The manager said the man stormed off.
" If they have the balls to come here and live off my money, I pay for their welfare, I pay for their ability to be here the least they can do is speak English", he added before leaving the restaurant. If you love this country this much! So my next call is going to be to ICE to have each one of them kicked out of my country.
The employee says that his co-workers sometimes do that, but the man wasn't satisfied, and pointed wildly around the room at everyone he overheard speaking Spanish. "They where on there lunch time and ordering there food and just because they where speaking in Spanish to the waiter this asshole jumps in and started to call the waiter and my wife and her best friend all types of names and threatened to call I.C.E on them and the employees!"
Man threatens to call ICE on workers speaking Spanish in NYC
"I wish I was there because clearly this peace of shit need someone to punch him in his mouth!" "What a big man talking down to couple of women and a helpless employee".
"You know where I'm getting!"
The customer began his rant after seeing a lunchtime regular speaking Spanish with a Hispanic employee, the manager told the New York Daily News.More news: Deutsche Reconfirms Lonmin (LON:LMI)'s stock rating to "Hold".
The ranting customer lambasted the manager of Fresh Kitchen on Madison Avenue for allowing his staff to speak Spanish in "my country" and raged about "paying for their welfare".
Serrano then gets into a yelling fight with the man, where he tells her to take a break from food and she tells him he should get hit by a vehicle. The 54-second clip has since been viewed over one million times.
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As a reference, only 51 percent of New Yorkers actually speak English at home, according to a 2012 WNYC report.
He later stressed that since Schlossberg was a customer, he as manager "had to stay professional and ask him to leave".More news: Facebook Introduces Voice Posts And More For Stories