Man Threatens Spanish-Speaking Workers: 'My Next Call Will Be to ICE'

Thursday, 17 May, 2018

Some social media users said they knew the man in the video's identity, though The Times was unable to immediately confirm it.

The clip started with the man screaming, "Every person I listen to - he spoke Spanish, he spoke it, she's speaking it - it's America!"

Though the exact provenance of the word "Manhattan", which the man says during his rant, might be in dispute, it should be noted that it is derived from the Native American Algonquian languages, not English. If they have the balls to come here and live off my money-I pay for their welfare. If you love this country this much!

"My guess is they're not documented, so my next call is to ICE to have each one of them kicked out of my country!" he screamed at a hapless worker.

"Your staff are speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English", he said.

"I wish I was there because clearly this peace (sic) of shit need someone to punch him in his mouth!" he continued.

The man then threatened to call immigration agents. He said his wife, her friend, and employees witnessed the rant and were victimized by it.

While the lawyer turns red and points at the offending employees, the manger interjects, acknowledging that sometimes his employees speak Spanish with Spanish-speaking customers.

"He's a customer, so I had to stay professional and ask him to leave", the manager said.

"They were speaking Spanish because they are friends", he told the Daily News.

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. "That's what I did". (Honestly, has he spent any time in NY?) In the United States, there are more than 38 million Spanish speakers.

Schlossberg seems to be an equal opportunity offender based on a video from past year that showed him yelling, "You are not a Jew" at Jewish people supporting Palestinian rights, according to Fast Company.

Actually, there's a whole part of America that only speaks Spanish, and a lot of those people live in NY now.

HuffPost reached out to Schlossberg, who did not immediately respond.