The employee attempted to explain that his co-workers were simply interacting with other customers. "The least they can do, the least they can do is speak English".
Aaron Schlossberg, the Manhattan lawyer who achieved instant internet infamy for confronting Spanish-speaking people in a deli, gave $500 to Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Suazo's video has been viewed more than 1.3 million times. "At first it was, wow, you're bullying someone that you feel superior to for no reason", the woman said. "They where on there [sic] lunch time and ordering there [sic] food and just because they where speaking in Spanish to the waiter this [expletive] 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!"
"I love the way people are just throwing that world around lately!" "He said, 'I'm highly educated and I doubt you are, and you need to go back to your country.' I said, 'Funny, I am in my country".
He sputters angrily at the woman recording video of his tantrum and threatens to call immigration agents on her, too, and storms out of the coffee shop. You know where I'm getting!So please stop!
The unidentified man is shown in a viral video complaining to an employee at Fresh Kitchen that he overheard workers using Spanish during an exchange with another customer. "Take a break from the food", the man says before walking away, to which the woman responds, "Maybe you should get hit by a auto, you piece of [expletive]!"
"This is America. Your staff should be speaking English, OK?" he added.
He later stressed that since Schlossberg was a customer, he as manager "had to stay professional and ask him to leave".
The manager of the Fresh Kitchen says he was upset by the remarks but refused to respond.