'Misogynistic douchebag' goes on rant in a Bagel Boss, gets tackled
13 July, 2019, 14:32
"Why is it OK for women to say, 'oh, you're five feet, ' on dating sites".
The man who was off camera lunged at Morgan, bringing him to the ground while telling him "That is not how you speak to people".
Store employees said Morgan ordered a whole wheat bagel Wednesday and started "screaming about the dating sites and how women hate him". "You think I'm making that [expletive] up?" he answers, turning back around to face his bagel shop audience. "Everywhere I go I get the same f-ing smirk with the biting lip".
The incident took place at a Bagel Boss on Wednesday, leading the bagel establishment to trend on Twitter.
The store manager, who identified herself as Patty, told the news outlet a female employee who was serving him smiled at him and that's when he apparently went nuts. Though being "vertically challenged" is not an automatic death sentence for a man, an article by The Conversation reveals "Eight Reasons Why Short Men Come Up Short," including in depth statistics that show they tend to be seen as "less powerful", therefore tend to be "poorer", and of course lest we forget, "women prefer taller men".
In the viral video obtained by the New York Post, the man expresses that he is exhausted of not finding luck in love, attributing his lack of success to his height, and taking his frustration out on women in general, including those before him at the shop.
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"My phone is blowing up like the president", Morgan told The Post. "I got girls hitting on me I don't even know".
"You're degrading women, why is that OK?" one of the women is heard asking him, immediately causing him to become enraged about his personal dating life - or lack thereof.
At this point, several other male bystanders and customers in the bagel shop can be heard saying "dude" as they tried to calm the man's misogynistic rant.
"You're not God, or my father, or my boss", he yells.