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Employees were speaking Spanish, so he threatened 'to have them kicked out of my country'

Employees were speaking Spanish, so he threatened 'to have them kicked out of my country'


An unidentified man was enraged when restaurant employees began to speak in Spanish among themselves.

A man buying lunch at a New York City cafe threatened to call immigration enforcement on the restaurant workers because they were speaking Spanish. The confrontation was recorded in a video that garnered more than 3 million views.

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