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The video was so widespread on Twitter it attracted the attention of Chrissy Teigen, who tweeted her desire to witness a similar confrontation in person: "this could be the thing that drags me out of my house. "Donald Rosner, whose family owns the Bagel Boss chain, told Buzz Feed News employees at the shop asked the man to leave several times, saying they were frazzled by the incident."It's scary because you don't know how crazy somebody is and you don't know how far it's going to go until it's over," Rosner said, adding that they were "so thankful it didn't go any further than it did."Bradley said when she and her friends left, she saw police talking to the man, trying to calm him down."Definitely something else was happening in his life made him snap like this," she said.
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A second video showed the man continuing to yell at other patrons and employees after being tackled.
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Bradley's friend Diana, who recorded the video, exclaims, "OH MY GOD.
I just wanted bagels."Bradley, a 19-year-old from Bay Shore, told Buzz Feed News she and her brother and their friends were waiting in line to order food when they noticed the man pacing and "muttering angrily" to himself, saying the word "stupid" and something to the effect of "can't do their jobs."She said the man started to berate the woman employee behind the counter and then told another employee "don't look at me like that.""It just got to the point where I realized that he wasn't going to stop and it didn't look like anybody else was going to do something about it," Bradley said.
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