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Man shouting inside Chinese restaurant in Canada shows the worst of humanity

A man in Sorrento, B.C. was caught on camera screaming and swearing at the owners of a Chinese restaurant due to a delay with his food order.

In a short video that has gone viral on social media, the man is seen cursing profusely and berating the owners of Chinese Garden, who are impressively able to keep their calm. 

"If you can't take orders, tell people you can't," he shouts in the video. 

After the owners try to hand him food, the man goes on to say that he has to go "feed his two-year-old" and that he doesn't "f**king care anymore."

The video was retweeted by B.C. MLA Bowinn Ma, and people on Twitter are calling for the man to be arrested.

Others expressed their heartache for the elderly couple who had to deal with this frightening behaviour. 

However, on Saturday, Salmon Arm RCMP said that a police file was generated and that they have looked into the incident but that there does not appear to be a criminal offence committed. The police file is now closed.

The video was originally shot and shared on Facebook by Amanda Toms who wrote, "There are no words to describe how disgusting this behaviour is. A delay on food (on a Friday night at dinner time) is no excuse to treat people this way."

She added that the video did not capture the way the man sped "in and out of the parking lot squealing his tires and nearly swerving into parked cars in the lot."

Lead photo by

Amanda Toms on Facebook


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