A man was caught on camera at Bagel Boss on Montauk Highway in Bay Shore on Thursday, July 10, shouting at store employees before turning his attention to the curious crowd of onlooking customers behind him.
In it, Ms Bradley is heard asking the man, who appears to be middle-aged, why he thinks he can "degrade women".
A third male patron gets involved and tries to calm the man down.
Taking to Twitter, one of the Bay Shore, New York women identifying herself as Olivia Shea wrote, "so in bagel boss this morning, the misogynistic douchebag seen in the video was degrading nearly all of the female staff as well as other patrons. fuck this guy".
"Why is it OK for women to say, "Oh you're 5 feet" on dating sites - you should be dead".
"Women in general have said that on dating sites", the vertically-challenged man retorted. "Everywhere I go I get the same (expletive deleted) smirk, the biting lip".
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The altercation took place at Bagel Boss in Bay Shore, New York.
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.
"You're not God, or my father, or my boss", he yells.
"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.
Suffolk County Police responded to Bagel Boss at approximately 9:30 a.m. where there were reports of two men fighting. Another person tells the man to be quiet, so the short guy challenges him. There were no injuries and no charges filed, but an employee noted the man never paid for his whole wheat bagel, which had an egg white and swiss cheese on it.
Morgan told the Post that his dating life has changed since the bagel shop video went viral. "That's OK?" the man shouted at female customers at the Long Island Bagel Boss location in the 45-second clip posted on Twitter. The shocking footage ends with him getting tackled. He told the Post that people are calling him nonstop and unusual women are seeking his attention.
He also claimed in a video a neighbor threatened to punch him.