Hollywood D-Lister Uses White Privilege to Cut in Line at Thai Supermarket

American actor Geoffrey Giuliano was recently captured on video causing an unnecessary raucous at a supermarket in Thailand.

The 63-year-old actor can be seen delivering a bizarre 4-minute rant in a clip uploaded by a French expat who recorded the shocking outburst on Thursday afternoon, according to the Daily Mail.

Giuliano, who has long been based in Thailand, reportedly angered a fellow shopper at the Big-C supermarket in Pattaya after he barged ahead at the line for the checkout counter.

In an obnoxious display of white privilege caught on camera, Giuliano can be heard yelling “f*** you, I’m an American, I do what I want”.

The video uploader, who chose to remain anonymous, said the actor then dropped around 25 items on the ‘ten items or fewer’ counter.

“I was queuing in the checkout for under ten items when he pushed in front. He had about 25 items and there were other checkouts that were empty,” the man behind the camera was quoted as saying.

“He threw his items down and was aggressive. I think a watermelon and a banana broke. Then he said about being American and being able to do what he wanted so I started filming him. He said it again and started swearing in front of his wife and children.”

When the Frenchman began filming the rude behavior, Giuliano then lashed out at him.

“You’re not intimidating me by that camera, I’m an actor,” said the actor who played the role of “Deer Boy” in one episode of web miniseries The Far Cry Experience”.

To this, he responded with: “I’m just waiting for the next round because what you said about America was very interesting.”

Giuliano, who can be seen wearing an assortment of press IDs, became even more agitated by the man’s retort and began swearing at him.

He screamed: “Go f*** yourself, OK. Go f*** yourself, OK, let’s get it real straight. You can go f*** yourself, OK. I’m an American, I do what I want, we’re the kings of the world, OK. We’re professional a*******. We have taken being a******* to the highest possible f****** level in this world.”

The Frenchman can only respond to this with a sarcastic: “I agree with you.”

“You agree, so we have a point of agreement. Now next time mind your own f****** business,” Giuliano answered before he left the supermarket shortly after.

“His wife was friendly and looked embarrassed by his behavior. He clearly thought he was a big shot actor that could do what he wanted,” the Frenchman said.  “Nobody has the right to act like this. But I think that Hollywood celebrities and actors are crazy right now. They think they can do and say anything they want and somehow they’re still right.”

Last year, the actor was also involved in a high-profile controversy after the Daily Mail reported that it had investigated Giuliano in connection with the disappearance of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s wedding photos.

Aside from his role as the “man” in 2016’s “Mechanic: Resurrection”, Giuliano’s acting prowess can also be found in the 2012 smash hit “The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption”.

Also, check out this revolting video of him doing a monologue on “Why Lonely Men Come To S.E. Asia”:

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