His reason? Two customers had the audacity to speak Spanish to an employee who also spoke Spanish, ruining this patriot's ability to enjoy the eatery's menu options, such as pho, tacos, and quesadillas, in a city where more than 200 languages are spoken.
And this is not the first time Schlossberg has engaged in such behavior.
"Your staff is speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English", he can be heard to say.
"Mr. Schlossberg could be disciplined for this conduct but it will not lead to disbarment", Stephen Gillers, a professor of legal ethics at New York University, told Forward.com, an American Jewish news outlet.
There have already been some consequences besides online reviews, though: The midtown building where the attorney's office was located evicted him on Thursday. I pay for their welfare. The irate individual in the footage has since been identified as NY lawyer Aaron Schlossberg.
"I'm a citizen here and you're not", the man says to Morris before using several expletives and calling him a "foreigner".
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He then told a person who appeared to be a store manager that his "next call will be to [Immigration and Customs Enforcement]" because he "bets" the employees are "undocumented".
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In the video, which has more than five million views over the past 72 hours, Aaron Schlossberg threatens to call immigration officials on the Spanish-speaking workers, saying he guesses they are not documented. The fallout was epic as Schlossberg was roundly scorned on social media and Yelp reviews of his law firm plummeted to ones.
On Thursday it was reported that Schlossberg was kicked out of the law office he was renting.
Videos have also surfaced of him making other racially charged and insensitive remarks in the past.