A five-foot man who’s come to be known across the internet as ‘angry bagel guy’ wasn’t happy when a tall interviewer showed up to question him about his initial outburst.
Earlier this week, 45-year-old Chris Morgan made headlines after footage showing him unleashing some pent up frustration in a bagel store went viral.
The angry man directed his outburst at women who mocked and made negative comments about his height.
So understandably Morgan wasn’t too happy when a tall woman arrived to interview him for Inside Edition:
Of course, it could be the publication simply thought that particular interviewer, Alison Hall, was the best person for the job but it seems a little too coincidental that she just so happened to be the embodiment of his trigger points.
As you can see in the above video, it didn’t go down very well.
The interviewer addressed Morgan’s bagel shop outburst, which saw him shouting at other customers before another man tackled him to the ground.
Check it out here:
Hall asked if he thought a bagel shop was the best place to take out his anger, to which Morgan responded ‘why not?’.
What do you mean take it out? You’re acting like I committed mass shooting or something.
That guy – twice my size, that women love, the bullies – attacked me.
Before Hall even had chance to ask a follow up question, Morgan decided he was done with the interview.
If you guys wanted to know what happen next, here ya go pic.twitter.com/jOHzispksW
— Mike LiVorio (@mikelivorio_) July 10, 2019
He got straight to the point, saying:
I don’t really like you that much so this interview’s over.
Inside Edition only showed a small amount of the interview so it’s not clear if Morgan felt the interviewer had done something specific to make him not like her, but I have a feeling it was really down to the fact she towered over him.
In an interview with the MailOnline, the 45-year-old declared himself a ‘prophet’ and referred to himself as ‘the modern day Martin Luther King.’
I have a mission. The girls hate me, they don’t like me, that’s fine. ‘I’m not stopping and the world is going to hear me. I want equality for everybody.
He also said he wanted ‘justice’ for the bagel shop situation.
Morgan’s bagel shop rant doesn’t appear to be anything out of the ordinary as his YouTube page is filled with clips of him getting in fights with various people.
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Emily Brown first began delivering important news stories aged just 13, when she launched her career with a paper round. She graduated with a BA Hons in English Language in the Media from Lancaster University, and went on to become a freelance writer and blogger. Emily contributed to The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Student Problems before becoming a journalist at UNILAD, where she works on breaking news as well as longer form features.