“Get the f*ck out of this spot! I want this spot! Get the f*ck out of this spot!” the man screamed, brandishing a bat as he stood just outside his vehicle. “F*cking flip!” he continued, using a racial slur against Filipinos.
The other driver, having had enough, pulled over and parked his car, only to step out a short time later with his phone in hand to snap a photo of the car. The other driver remarked that he is going to “get him”, to which the Asian man spewed “I’m going to get you too, b*tch”.The other driver, who was just about to step back into his car, pointed at the angry driver and warned “you don’t want to do that!” before retreating to his vehicle. The angry driver, who had also pulled out his phone at this point, shouted at him, telling him to “get the f*ck out of my country, b*tch!”
As the man continueed to angrily alternate vicious comments, such as “get the f*ck out of my country, f*ggot” and “get the f*ck out of my country, b*tch”, the man recording decided to turn his phone’s attention to the other passengers, all of whom were White and appeared to be both amused and embarrassed by their friend’s actions.
One of the friends commented on the incident, saying “that’s how you bully [your way into] a parking spot” he started before the overexcited angry man interjected his agreement. “That’s how you get a f*cking parking spot!” he said as he parked in his ill-gotten spot, throwing in one more “get the f*ck out of my country, b*tch” for good measure.
As the angry man parallel-parked, one of the friends remarked how their car was likely to have a dent in it when they returned should the other driver come back for retribution. The angry man fumed, retorting “I don’t give a f*ck, it’s a rental.” The video ends with the man putting a handicap placard up on his rear view mirror as he put his bat away.
Netizens offered a wide range of responses to the clip:
It is unknown what instigated the fight and how long it had been going on before it escalated to this point.
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