Burger King Customers Tell Spanish-Speaking Manager to ‘Go Back to Mexico’ in Viral Video

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Two customers eating at a Burger King in Florida reportedly told the manager of the fast food restaurant to “go back to Mexico.”

In a video posted to Facebook, two elderly women can be heard yelling at someone to stop speaking Spanish. The incident reportedly occurred at a Burger King in Eustis, Florida on July 6, The Daily Commercial reported. In the video, one of the elderly women can be heard telling the manager of the restaurant to “go back to Mexico.”

“Go back to Mexico if you want to keep speaking Spanish,” one of the women said. “If you want to keep speaking Spanish, go back to your Mexican culture.”

“Guess what, ma’am? I’m not Mexican,” the manager told the two customers. “You’re being prejudiced, and I want you out of my restaurant right now.”

During the heated exchange, one of the women denied that the manager of the…

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  • dreamcloudmuffins

    This level of ignorance is so amazingly sad. Why on Earth would it be bad to speak another language in addition to English? I wish that I were multilingual, and my daughter is learning Spanish in school. I hope that she can become fluent so as to broaden her communication skills to other groups. These elderly women must be jealous/ignorant/okay just plain racist.

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