An employee at the Xhale City vape shop in Tucker, Georgia, unloaded a profanity-laced tirade at a customer who came into the store on Friday wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat and a pro-Trump shirt.
The unhinged employee shrieked obscenities at the customer numerous times and ordered him to get out of the store because he can't stand “y'all racist mother f***ers."
The customer, Ian Furgeson, 36, began filming the encounter on his phone as the situation escalated.
“I have just been asked to leave the store," Furgeson says in his video of the four-minute encounter. “He greeted me, that was nice. I did find the item that I wanted and the next thing he said was he'd like me to leave."
The employee orders him to stop filming and threatens to call his manager. Next, he gets on his cellphone and starts complaining to someone on the other end that the customer won't leave and is wearing “some Trump bulls****."
“I'm not serving anyone who has to do with that f***er," he adds.
When Furgeson says he'd just like to make a purchase, the clerk screams “F***off," and “I don't give a f***."
Furgeson tries to reason with the unhinged employee, saying he won't call the company's corporate headquarters or get him fired if he just sells him some vape juice for his wife.
“Nooooooooooo!" the employee screams so loudly his voice cracks. “Get the f*** out!"
At one point he swings at Furgeson who dares the employee to strike him again.
“Just sell me the f***ng product so I can leave," Furgeson says.
After the employee finally starts to ring up the sale, Furgeson says “God bless America. Capitalism wins again."
What is the fallout?
But that prompts another outburst from the employee, who yells: “F*** your capitalism. F*** your f***ing president. He's a racist, stupid piece of sh***."
The video exchange prompted numerous one-star reviews on the Yelp page for the Xhale City vape shop in Tucker.
Some of the reviewers called for the employee to be fired, while others posted memes and asked if the store sells Make America Great Again hats and Trump T-shirts. The store reportedly fired the employee and issued apologies on Twitter and Facebook, but later removed the posts.
(Warning: The following video contains strong language):