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

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

He says they were speaking Spanish to customers too, which if they were, assumes those customers also spoke Spanish.

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!"

Last year, Thomas D. Homan, the acting director ICE, warned anyone living in the country illegally that they were deportable: "You should look over your shoulder", he said. Suazo wrote on the post that his wife and her friend were speaking Spanish with the cashier when Schlossberg went off and threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement. It's America... So I will be following up, and my guess is, they're not documented.

He then said this about the people who clearly had jobs and were just trying to do them: "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.

A man whose rant demanding that some New York City restaurant workers speak English in front of patrons has gone viral. "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".




After other customers laugh at his antics and taunt him, with one telling him he's "fucked up", the angry man becomes even angrier.

He later stressed that since Schlossberg was a customer, he as manager "had to stay professional and ask him to leave". First of all they wasn't talking to you! (Honestly, has he spent any time in NY?) In the United States, there are more than 38 million Spanish speakers.

"You know where I'm getting!" Schlossberg says to a manager in the video. "Take a break from the food", the man says before walking away, to which the woman responds, "Maybe you should get hit by a vehicle, you piece of [expletive]!"

"He's screaming at the guy serving him, 'Give me my f***ing sandwich, you shouldn't be speaking Spanish, I feel disrespected, go back to your country", recalls the woman, born in NY of Puerto Rican parents.