- Roman Cambell, a director at Credit Suisse, has reportedly been fired after attacking restaurant workers at Shanghai Mong in New York City’s Koreatown on June 4.
- Security footage shows the moment Cambell purportedly tried to snatch the restaurant owner’s phone and began to engage with a waiter in a physical altercation.
- The waiter suffered a bleeding forehead and has since been “traumatized” by the encounter, according to reports.
- Police arrived on the scene shortly after the incident but only talked to Cambell, the restaurant owners’ daughter said.
- In response to the incident, Credit Suisse said it “maintains and adheres to a policy condemning discrimination, bullying or violence of any kind.”
- The incident is reportedly being investigated as an assault, but no arrests have been made at this time.
A director for Credit Suisse has reportedly been fired after attacking restaurant workers in New York City’s Koreatown earlier this month.
The incident, which was caught on multiple security cameras, occurred at Asian fusion eatery Shanghai Mong at West 32nd Street in the early morning of June 4.
For the first time, there are now more rich Chinese people than there are American ones, a study by Credit Suisse revealed.
As of the middle of this year, 100 million Chinese people now rank in the global top 10% compared to 99 million Americans.