'Misogynistic douchebag' goes on rant in a Bagel Boss, gets tackled

Watch US Man Tackled in Bagel Shop After Ranting About Dating App Misfortunes                Twitter screenshot

Bradley then asks him rhetorically, "Who said that to you here?"

"Why is it okay for woman to say "Oh you're 5-feet" on dating sites, 'You should be dead.' That's okay?" the man slams his newspaper on the ground as he speaks. "Nobody", one of the two women asks incredulously.

Suffolk County authorities say there were no reported injuries in the bagel shop brawl, nor were any charges filed.

Bagel Boss owner Donald Rosner later tweeted that anyone who mentioned the video at one of its locations would get a free, small bagel.

When another male customer tries to get the man to calm down, that's when he really gets toasted.

"It was insane. I personally never have heard anyone say that, but to be there in person, it's insane to see that someone has that mind process", Reyes told the Post.

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"That's OK?" the unnamed man shouted at female customers at a Long Island Bagel Boss location in a 45-second clip posted on Twitter. The man then continues to get louder and more aggressive eventually picking up a fight with a much larger man. "Why are you smiling at me?" he allegedly said, with Patty adding "he started saying it's because I'm short and nobody wants me".

"My phone is blowing up like the president", Morgan told The Post. "That's OK?" Before he could hurt someone in the store, the middle-aged man was tackled by another man, who was comparatively shorter than him.

Morgan spoke with Inside Edition about the video. "That's OK?" Morgan roared at other customers Wednesday in a video shared to Twitter. He told the Post that people are calling him nonstop and odd women are seeking his attention. Several videos feature him entering businesses and berating workers, foreigners and women.

"No one invited him for a bagel".

Morgan explained why he came into the store angry, in an interview with News 12.

The incident took place at a Bagel Boss on Wednesday, leading the bagel establishment to trend on Twitter. He went on a rant, he said, because he can't catch a break on dating websites because women apparently reject him because of his short stature.

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