Ranting customer screams ‘you’re all Nazis’ at sandwich shop staff and accuses them of being ‘traitors to the country’ after they ask him to wear a face mask
- The customer was in line at Lee’s Sandwich Shop in Oklahoma City on Tuesday
- He shouted at staff after they asked him to wear a mask inside the store
- The man branded them ‘Nazis’ and ‘traitors’ before he was escorted away
An irate customer branded sandwich shop staff ‘Nazis’ in a screaming outburst after they asked him to wear a face mask.
The unidentified man had the rant while he was in line at Lee’s Sandwich Shop in Oklahoma City Tuesday.
A video shared by the restaurant on Facebook was captioned: ‘You know….it’s tough enough already to stay open and keep the team serving during an unprecedented pandemic.
An irate customer branded sandwich shop staff ‘Nazis’ in a screaming outburst after they asked him to wear a face mask
‘Then there’s humans out in the world like THIS GUY that make it just that much harder.
‘Anyone recognize this guy? We asked him to wear a mask.’
The footage shows the customer shouting at the serving staff, saying: ‘Title 18, the United States Code, section 242, color of law!
‘You’re all Nazis! Call them, I don’t care, try telling them you’re an idiot.
The unidentified man had the rant while he was in line at Lee’s Sandwich Shop in Oklahoma City Tuesday
‘You’re a traitor to the country, all of you.’
The customer was referencing a law which states someone cannot be deprived of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution under the color of any law.
The footage then shows him walking towards the door while an employee approaches him.
The customer says: ‘What are you doing? Are you harassing me?’
The anti-masker squared up to an employee and two of her colleagues quickly rushed to her side to prevent further escalation
She responds: ‘I’m asking you to leave.’
The anti-masker squares up to the employee and two of her colleagues quickly rush to her side to prevent further escalation.
They tell the man to ‘relax’ but he replies ‘she’s approaching me’.
The customer then leaves the store to the relief of the sandwich shop staff.