A Florida restaurant owner faced shocking racial abuse and threats after asking three men to leave his ramen eatery so he could close the store.
Ramen Lab Eatery owner Louis Grayson told WPBF when his staff were closing up the restaurant they noticed three men eating pizza at their outdoor tables.
When Grayson's employees went out to ask the men to leave they began to get abusive and refused.
Noticing the ordeal, Grayson went out to talk to the men, receiving the same abuse.
"He kept abusing me, you know verbally, he kept yelling racist stuff, 'Corona' and 'Get back to China.'"
Grayson started to record the abuse he and his staff were receiving, telling WPBF he wanted to protect himself.
In the video posted to Twitter, Grayson can be heard asking the men politely to leave.
"I asked you nicely to leave."
One of the three men replied shouting racist slurs.
"Take your f***ing China flu and shove it up your ass."
The same man starts to record Grayson when he realises he's being filmed.
The three men notice one of Grayson's staff members are on the phone to police and begin to walk away while continuing to yell.
"Go and f***yourself coronavirus, I hope you die of corona."
WPBF reports police responded to the restaurant that night but no charges had been filed against the men.