"Your staff are speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English", he said.
A white man from MA posted a video of a man who appears to be Schlossberg berating him for being an "ugly [expletive] foreigner" two years ago when he encountered him on Fifth Avenue. Keeping your voice at a certain level is important, as well as making eye contact with other people who are there to see if they will join you in intervening.
"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.
"I love the way people are just throwing that world around lately!"
In a moment of fury, another client started recording with her cellphone and later published the video with the message: "Just experience what America is becoming!" "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". Enraged, as he appears in the above screenshot of the viral video, he threatened to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement to have them "taken out of [his] country". "Why don't you put on uniform and protect it!"
She speaks Spanish and works as an office manager, but she did not want to be identified. "Maybe you shouldn't eat that sandwich", he said, while walking away.
"They were speaking Spanish because they are friends", the manager said. Schlossberg is a graduate of the elite Haverford School in Philadelphia's Maine Line area, and got his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University.
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The video starts with a man in a white collared shirt confronting employees and customers in the restaurant.
The manager remained calm during the tirade and asked the man to leave.
"The important thing is to always focus on the person that's being harassed", she explained. "That's what I did".
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.
King said that numerous people reached out to him about Schlossberg's behavior of harassment.
King claims he has spoken to a number of Muslim leaders who say Schlossberg "has randomly stalked and harassed them over the past few years".