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


After footage of a short man ranting at customers at a bagel shop went viral, the star of the video apparently proclaimed that he's the "Martin Luther King Jr." of short men. "He's not welcome", Bagel Boss owner Mike Ficco told The Post.

"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. "I haven't even got to my friends".

Bradley calls out the man for degrading women, which makes him digress further into a rant about women not wanting to date him because of his height.

One of the women rhetorically asks the man who, in the Bagel Boss, said that to him.

"Women in general had said it on dating sites. Everywhere I go I get the same f*cking smirk with the biting lip".

The 45-year-old man was then told to calm down by a male patron, at which point, the man turned around and shouted "Shut up".

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"Shut your mouth! You're not God, or my father, or my boss", the angry man said while pointing in the other man's face.

Bradley then asks him rhetorically, "Who said that to you here?" I can't adequately describe the video, you just have to experience it for yourself.

When a second man chimes in, the belligerent customer begins to respond with the same bravado, beating his chest, saying "go ahead, attack me", just before the second man does just that. Employees at the chain told the Post that the man walked in at 9 a.m. on July 10 screaming about women rejecting him and about dating websites.

And so he did. The man takes his frustrations out on the female employees in the latter half of the incident. He told the Post that people are calling him nonstop and odd women are seeking his attention. The video ends with the man getting tackled to the ground, but who is he? "A MESSAGE FROM BAGEL BOSS: After todays [sic] incident everyone is ok!" he tweeted.

Bagel Boss is commemorating the incident by giving free mini bagels to customers who come in to the store and mention the viral video, according to New 12.