Video has gone viral of an apparently stressed-out college student yelling at her peers in a "freakout" in the library during final examinations week.
The unidentified woman is an Asian student at California State University Northridge in Los Angeles, according to local CBS affiliate KCBS-TV.
It's not clear what started the confrontation, but the video starts with the student walking away angrily until someone tells her, "Okay this isn't a scary movie, you need to calm your dramatic ass down."
She turns around and comes back, leaning over a table and whispering angrily, "Don't tell me that. It's rude and disrespectful, OK? It's finals right now. Please, respect!"
As she walks away, those whom she was addressing jeer at her, and the first voice says, "Oh hell no."
She turns back, crosses her arms and heads back over. "What’s wrong with you? What is wrong with you? What is wrong with all of you?" she asks, waving her hands in a circular motion, gesturing to everyone else in the library. "What is wrong with all of you?"
"You’re being louder than all of us," someone says.
"I am not being louder than you, am I?" she screams. "Am I talking like this? Can you please just stop talking?"
She continues shouting and is heard slamming her books on her desk before the video ends.
The video, posted Dec. 7, has been viewed more than 54,000 times and generated more than 500 comments, many of which have a racial edge. Still other comments come to the girl's defense, saying she was clearly egged on:
Come on grow up. You are a bully for instigating this girl and even more so for putting this up here. Do you want to ruin this girl's life? You are mean. Take this off, if you have any sort of dignity. It's sickening that you want us to enjoy this.
Maybe you should take finals a little more seriously. If you aren't going to be studying, Get out and talk at a coffee shop! its that easy.