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VIDEO: Burger King employee fired after reportedly calling customer a ‘white piece of s**t’ amid drive-thru meltdown

A Burger King employee in Florida is out of a job after she was reportedly caught on camera calling a customer in the drive-thru a “white piece of s**t.”

The Miami Herald reported that a clip of the tirade was posted to a Facebook group called “Only in Dade.” A company spokesperson has since confirmed that the incident occurred on October 3 in North Miami Beach.

The video begins with drive-thru employee saying, “Put it on Snapchat b***h! F**k you! You white piece of s**t!”

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“We’re not even white, we’re Hispanic,” the male driver informs the employee.

A woman passenger, presumably filming the exchange, adds, “Get it right!”

The drive-thru window then closes for a few seconds, only to open as the worker yells about a “fat b***h” getting her money back. The female passenger is then heard disparaging the employee for working at Burger King.

To which the employee snaps back with, “I have two parents. I go to school. This job, the money I make is to blow up, so it don’t matter!”

As tensions rise, the driver can be heard telling the female employee that they were asking for a refund because her manager was on her cell phone, but that it didn’t have anything to do with her. It remains unclear what led to the argument.

Despite the driver’s efforts, tempers rise again when the passenger asks the employee if she threatened her life.

“Did you hear me say that? Post it, you b***h,” the employee replies before the video ends abruptly.

The video has been viewed more than 120,000 times since its posting on Saturday. As a result, the fast-food chain has denounced the behavior exhibited by the unidentified employee, saying, “the actions of this team member do not reflect the values of the Burger King brand.”

The spokeswoman told the Miami Herald, “We have a zero tolerance policy for this type of behavior, and the individual is no longer with the company.”

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[Featured image: Facebook video screengrab]