Man Threatens Spanish-Speaking Workers: 'My Next Call Will Be to ICE'

Man Threatens Spanish-Speaking Workers: 'My Next Call Will Be to ICE'

In the video, the man, named Willie (@MoreWillie on Twitter), explains how he was just walking with a friend when out of nowhere Schlossberg (who he didn't know at all) bumped into him with his briefcase because he was angry that Willie was walking on the wrong side of the street.

The unidentified man can be heard saying things like "My guess is they're not documented", "I pay for their welfare", "the least they can do is speak English" and "I'm calling ICE". "She's speaking it ... it's America". 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. 'I will get each of them will be kicked out of my country. "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".

Despite the man's threat to call U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, officers were not called. "Why don't you put on uniform and protect it!"

The restaurant's manager told The New York Daily News the ranting customer didn't realize the woman speaking Spanish with his employee was a regular.

Suazo said the two women were ordering lunch, and speaking Spanish with a worker helping them, when the creep butted in. Schlossberg is a graduate of the elite Haverford School in Philadelphia's Maine Line area, and got his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University.

Because we've not independently confirmed the identity of the man at this point, we're not naming him yet, but we're ready to assume he's a lawyer anyway just based on his smugly belligerent attitude.

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'Every person I listen to (gesturing around) - he spoke it, he spoke it, she's speaking it - it's America'.

"He's a customer, so I had to stay professional and ask him to leave". "That's what I did".

One of the videos is a disturbing one in which Schlossberg confronts an American male named Willie on Fifth Avenue and calls him an "ugly fucking foreigner".

He then tells the employee, "If you intend on running a place in Midtown Manhattan, your staff should speak English".

Repeated attempts to reach Schlossberg by phone and email have so far been unsuccessful.

The video, uploaded to Facebook by Edward Suazo, has been viewed more than 1.8 million times since being posted on Tuesday, May 15.

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