An outrageous video that has been making the rounds on social media shows an interracial couple being racially assailed by a male stranger as they sit dining in a restaurant (video below).
The abusive man approaches the pair, a white woman and a black man, while they are eating and appears to record the exchange, the Daily Mail reports.
Originally posted to Worldstar, the video first depicts the man speaking out loud behind the camera, saying: "Look at the f**kery, in a black-owned restaurant."
He then goes over to "interview" the couple and asks them about their relationship.
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He asks: "Excuse me, are ya'll together, like in an intimate relationship?"
The male subject of the interview laughs uncomfortably, replies, "Yes," then adds: "What's up?"
The discussion gets more heated then.
The camera man goes on saying: "You couldn't find no black woman? Like, you had to go that low, to the lowest rung of humanity.
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"If they even humans, it's arguable that they even humans."
The male half of the couple smiles awkwardly throughout the exchange. Only a glimpse of his companion's face is shown in the video.
The "interviewer" continues: "Are you that weak?"
Multiple times during the interaction, the male diner, keeping his cool throughout, tries to interrupt the harasser.
At one point, the boyfriend addresses the camera man as "my friend," but the latter talks over him.
The cameraman continues: "I just had to ask."
Here, the man at the table finally gets a word in, saying: "What are you asking?"
The interviewer then points out: "Well, what's wrong with you? You couldn't find no black woman?
"What was it that made you that weak -- that you'd get on your knees and bow to this less of a female -- that's lesser than a black woman in every way."