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In a video posted to Twitter, Olivia Bradley is heard on Wednesday morning at the Bagel Boss shop in Bay Shore, New York, asking a middle-aged man wearing running shoes, shorts, and a striped polo shirt why he thinks it's OK to "degrade women"."Degrade — why is it OK for women to say, 'Oh you’re five feet on dating sites, you should be dead,'" the man snaps back as he throws a newspaper he was holding to the floor. "Bradley then asks him rhetorically, "Who said that to you here?Nobody.""Women in general have said it on dating sites.
A man in a bagel shop unleashed a wild rant about women mocking his height on dating sites before he was eventually tackled, viral video footage shows.
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You're not God or my father or my boss." The other customer appears to say something else, causing the man, who was not identified, to yell again."Dude you want to step outside? " the man asks, bumping his body into the other customer. I'm not scare of you, pal."He then tells a different customer to "shut up, too," before he is tackled to the ground by another man.
Bradley's friend Diana, who recorded the video, exclaims, "OH MY GOD.