Viral Video Shows Short-Tempered Bachelor Blowing His Top in Bagel Shop Brawl

Elias Hubbard
July 12, 2019

A NY man who was supposedly deprived of some loving went on a misogynistic tirade at a NY bagel shop. I can't adequately describe the video, you just have to experience it for yourself.

A pair of Long Island women recorded a now-viral video showing a man ranting against women he says write him off as short on dating websites, which ultimately led to him being tackled inside a bagel shop.

He then referred the man in the video who tackled him, saying, "That guy, twice my size, that women love - the bullies, attacked me".

Olivia Shea posted the footage to her Twitter account with the caption, "so in bagel boss this morning, the misogynistic d--ebag seen in the video was degrading nearly all of the female staff as well as other patrons".

"Why is it okay for women to say, "oh you're five feet" on dating sites, "you should be dead", the man says, throwing a newspaper to the ground.

Chris Morgan ranted to employees and patrons at a bagel shop, claiming women won't date him because he's too short.

"Everywhere I go I get the same [expletive] smirk, with the biting lip", he said while gesturing towards the counter, perhaps towards a female employee.

The altercation took place at Bagel Boss in Bay Shore, New York.

Shea can be heard relatably saying, "I just want my bagels" at the end of her video. "I'm not scared of you, pal!" he yelled, getting in the man's face and bumping his chest against him.

Suffolk County Police responded to Bagel Boss at approximately 9:30 a.m. where there were reports of two men fighting. "He said 'Why are you smiling at me?'" said the manager. The angry man also didn't pay for his bagel sandwich order.

Morgan told the Post that his dating life has changed since the bagel shop video went viral. "If he didn't tackle him, it would've gone on and on". 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".

The weird Bay Shore, New York exchange was posted to social media Wednesday from a Long Island Bagel Boss location by Diana Reyes and a second woman identifying herself on Twitter as Olivia Shea/Bradley.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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