A white man, upset that employees at a NY breakfast restaurant were speaking Spanish, was recorded on Tuesday threatening to call agents from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to detain the workers and otherwise ranting about the employees speaking a language other than English.
He was filmed by a customer raging at a male worker, shouting: 'Your staff are speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English.
He later stressed that since Schlossberg was a customer, he as manager "had to stay professional and ask him to leave".
The man then accuses the Spanish speakers of being undocumented immigrants.
The video shows a woman attempting to confront the man before he leaves to which he turned around and said: "Honey I'm calling ICE".
'I will be following up because my guess is there not documented and my next call will be to ICE, ' Schlossberg says. "If you're running a place in midtown Manhattan, the people should be speaking English, not Spanish".
After threatening to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the man says people who come to the USA live off his money and welfare - adding that "the least" they can do is speak English. "The least they can do is speak English".
"You know where I'm getting!" Before leaving, he tells the woman, "Maybe you shouldn't eat that sandwich, take a break from the food".
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'They were speaking Spanish because they are friends, ' he said.
The man was then identified as Aaron M Schlossberg, a Manhattan attorney.
CNN has reached out to Suazo to get more details. "I wish someone tells me I can't speak in my native language! First of all they (weren't) talking to you".
Schlossberg is reported to be a commercial lawyer whose office is listed as being across from the Fresh Kitchen where the incident took place. He has not publicly commented on the Fresh Kitchen video.
Many people on social media justified the massive amount of energy given to ruining Schlossberg's online presence by pointing to his pedigree. Local tabloid New York Daily News featured an image of the man on its front page of Thursday's edition.
"It's what makes this city great".
"He's screaming at the guy serving him, 'Give me my f***ing sandwich, you shouldn't be speaking Spanish, I feel disrespected, go back to your country", recalls the woman, born in NY of Puerto Rican parents.