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Rant against NYC restaurant workers speaking Spanish goes viral

Rant against NYC restaurant workers speaking Spanish goes viral

As seen in the screenshot above, an agitated white man ranted to someone who appears to be an employee, saying that "your clients and your staff are speaking Spanish to staff when they should be speaking English".

Edward Suazo posted the video and described the situation in a Facebook post, detailing that his wife and her best friend were buying lunch, started speaking Spanish to the waiter when the man went off.

She said she was speaking with her server - who speaks both Spanish and English - in Spanish, when she heard a man yelling next to her. He spoke it. He spoke it.

In a Facebook post, Suazo said his wife and her best friend were talking to a waiter in Spanish when the man butted in and angrily demanded that they speak English.

After threatening to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the man says people who come to the USA live off his money and welfare - adding that "the least" they can do is speak English.

- A man identified as a NY lawyer went on a racist tirade Tuesday at lunchtime at Fresh Kitchen on Madison Avenue at 39th Street in Manhattan.

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WARNING: Video contains profanity. The eatery has been identified on social media as Fresh Kitchen on Madison Avenue, near 39th Street.

One of five U.S. residents speaks a language other than English at home, or a record 61.8 million, according to the 2013 American Community Survey, part of the U.S. Census. I paid for their welfare, I paid for their ability to be here.

Maybe you should get hit by a vehicle you piece of shit. "I wish someone tells me I can't speak in my native language!" She said the angry customer lost it after the person ahead of him started ordering in Spanish. "At first it was, 'Wow, you're bullying someone that you feel superior to for no reason, '" the woman said.

Speaking about the Fresh Kitchen staff he goes on to say he guesses they're not documented.

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 auto.

He later stressed that since Schlossberg was a customer, he as manager "had to stay professional and ask him to leave". "They're all New Yorkers and they're all welcome here".