Racially-charged fight at Chicago Starbucks caught on camera

A Chicago man got into an altercation outside a Starbucks following a racist rant that started over spilled coffee

A racist rant inside a Starbucks spilled out on a Chicago street, and turned into a physical altercation that resulted in an arrest on June 6 (video below).

According to Chicago police, 23-year-old William Boucher "became irate" after someone spilled a drink on him inside the Starbucks on Tuesday afternoon.

Boucher, who is wearing a light-colored suit in the video, is shown yelling "Shut up, slave", at a man while suggesting the man is like livestock and should be tagged with a bar code using his Social Security number.

Once on the sidewalk, Boucher spat on a couple.

The apparent homeless man suffered an eye injury, and had to be taken to the Northwestern Memorial Hospital. In the video, the man can be seen falling to the ground. I am really not sure how you're going about your day calling a grown black person a slave, but I'd recommend that ol' boy tread carefully with that one.

Now, a new disturbing viral video has emerged of a Chicago man spitting at people, punching a man and going on a racist rant at a Starbucks Tuesday before he was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor, reports ABC7.

Shortly after last year's US presidential election, a Florida man complained of "anti-white discrimination" and lashed out at a Starbucks barista who he claimed refused to serve him because he supported US President Donald Trump. Boucher and the man had almost come to blows, but as a bystander intervened and broke things up, the angry customer prepared to leave and added the following words to the unidentified black male; this was the same man whose children Boucher had reportedly insulted by calling them "disposable vermin". Two bystanders stepped in between the men, according to video. "You don't deserve to walk on two legs". One bystander stood between Boucher and the man as the two appeared to try to fight. Get on all fours!

"When I was coming to work, I was not expecting to see that", said Juan Torres, who works at the Starbucks.

Witnesses tackled Boucher until police arrived.

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