(UPDATE) White Man Threatens to Call ICE on Employees Speaking Spanish

White American Man Gets Mad at Fresh Kitchen Workers Speaking Spanish Threatens to Call ICE

Jerk Videotaped Threatening To Call ICE On Two Women Speaking Spanish TO EACH OTHER — Obviously He's A

"So my wife and her best friend Just experience what America is becoming!" he began.

Along with the video, Suazo wrote a lengthy account of what happened at the establishment.

A white man caused a scene at a NY restaurant earlier this week after he noticed customers and an employee speaking Spanish.

The video seems to start mid-sentence.

The manager said that Serrano was a regular customer at the restaurant and as far as he knew, the man who was yelling was not a regular. I wish someone tells me I can't speak in my native language!

"Yeah, it is America!" one person exclaims. Someone else says, "He's very ignorant". My guess is they're undocumented, so my next call is to ICE to have each one of them taken out of my country. If they have the balls to come here and live off of my money.

"Your clients and your staff are speaking Spanish to staff when they should be speaking English..."

"Because of people like you, our nation..." a woman responds before the man starts to record her on his phone saying, "Honey, I'm calling ICE!".

The nitwit finally resorts to telling the woman, "Maybe you shouldn't eat that sandwich today!" as he storms off toward the door. 'He got mad, waiting in line for his food.

"This is New York City, everybody is different here, everybody has different opinions and some people have a hatred mind", the manager told ABC News.

Schlossberg is reported to be a commercial lawyer whose office is listed as being across from the Fresh Kitchen where the incident took place.

The Law Office of Aaron M. Schlossberg was founded in June 2012 and specializes in "complex commercial matters", including insurance. Spanish and Spanish Creole speakers comprise the bulk of the non-English speaking population - about 25 percent, or 1.87 million residents.

Still, she added, "all of those in violation of immigration laws may be subject to immigration arrest, detention and, if found removable by final order, removal from the United States".

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