Two Racist Women Told A Burger King's Manager "Go Back To Mexico" And Got Ejected After He Said He Would Call The Police
The video of two racist tuned women at a Burger King in Florida arguing with the restaurant's manager about the language he should speak on is going viral.
The video shows two women started confronting a Burger King's Manager Ricardo Castillo after he wanted to speak with an employee of the restaurant in Spanish.
"You're in America, you should speak American English," one of the women tells Castillo.
"Guess what, ma'am. I'm not Mexican. I'm not Mexican, but you're being very prejudiced and I want you out of my restaurant right now."
It actually didn't work and the woman didn't calm down. She continued saying, "Yeah, yeah, go back to Mexico if you want to keep speaking Spanish, go back to your Mexican country, your state, your country."
After that the manager called the woman "very ignorant and disrespectful" and again asked them to get out of his restaurant.
The video was recorded on July 6th by a customer Neyzha Borrero. She then posted it on a private Facebook group. Borrero told that Castillo, who is of Puerto Rican descent, had been doing paperwork when an employee came up to him and spoke to him in Spanish.
After the worker left, the women told Castillo they wanted to complain, with the manager at first offering to give them credit or a free dessert, thinking they'd been unhappy with their food. Instead, they told him he should not speak Spanish in public because "we are in the USA."
“You know what? I’ll do it for you, ma’am — I’ll call the cops,” he shot back.
The women eventually got the message and left without finishing their meal.
Reached for comment, a Burger King spokesperson told:
"There is no place for discrimination in our restaurants. We expect employees and guests to treat each other with respect. This incident took place at a franchised restaurant and the owner is looking into the matter."
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