A Hatboro pizzeria that later attracted attention Viral TikTok Video It went around Friday and showed customers a racist rant directed at one of its employees.
The video shows the employee or owner of Amy’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant standing at the register on Thursday night. An unidentified customer is requesting a refund during an attack of profanity.
“What’s wrong with that, you’re not American. I’m going to (expletive) check you out and (expletive) get you out of our town. (expletive) you. my money. Give it back, we are not giving money to illegal immigrants, ”said the customer.
The video, shot by another employee, lasts nearly five minutes and ends with a police officer entering the store.
“This woman walked into our pizzeria (owned by Hispanics) and heard Spanish on the TV and started discriminating against us. Not that she’s Mexican, and it was daring for her to assume that’s the video.
“Discrimination shouldn’t happen to anyone, no matter what their background. America was built by immigrants. If you’ve ever been through something like this, really very sorry.”
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Yawata Police Station issued a statement Hathoro Town Facebook page On Friday, they responded to reports of disturbances at Amy’s Pizzeria and said they were able to defuse the dispute.
Police said they have reviewed videos of the incident and that an investigation is ongoing. The name has not been released.
The statement also included a warning to those who watched the video.
“It also came to police attention when a video of the incident went viral on social media and some people mistakenly identified the woman depicted in the video. Therefore, we urge you to stop and refrain from attaching false or false names or identities to this video.”
Amy’s Pizzeria posted on its Facebook page Friday morning thanking the community for their support, but urging people to stop attacking the person they identified as the woman in the video, as did police.
“I appreciate everyone’s love and support, but I do not support anyone trying to find this woman and blame innocent people,” the post read.
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This article originally appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times. Amy’s Pizzeria in Hatboro captures racist rant in viral video