The video shows the man leaving the store continuing to swear and using racial slurs.
“Honestly, I was disturbed. I couldn’t believe that people still have that sort of mentality and can have that unacceptable behaviour towards anybody,” said the store owner on Sunday. She did not want to be identified for fear of drawing unwanted attention to her family-run business.
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The store owner said she sent the video that her sister recorded on Saturday to a friend, who posted it on social media.
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Ward 3 Coun. Jyoti Gondek said she went to visit the owner of the store after she saw the video posted online Saturday evening.
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“I am just here to tell you that if you were going to go to a store that is run by people who live in your neighbourhood, you need to follow the rules and don’t spew your nonsense, racist garbage at people who are doing you a favour by keeping their doors open,” Gondek said on Twitter.