Video has since surfaced of him calling one man an "ugly fucking foreigner" in October 2016 (it was a white guy from Massachusetts), and another one of him calling Haredi Jewish people "fake Jews" (Schlossberg validated his own credentials with a claim he's been to Israel twice).
Of course there is video, and you have likely seen it: In it, Schlossberg tells an impressively calm and collected manager how offended he is to be hearing Spanish in midtown Manhattan.
In the video, Schlossberg can be seen berating a worker, saying, "Your staff is speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English".
As of Thursday morning, a local mariachi band was booked, and Goldberg said the performance will be recorded "provided building security does not kick them out". So my next call is to ICE is to have each one of them kicked out of my country.
"The audacity to profile and verbally assault innocent bystanders and customers in a public commercial location is a violation of our civil society".More news: EU's Donald Tusk takes aim at Donald Trump over Iran, trade tariffs
It was unclear what action the disciplinary committee could take, if any.
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NY lawyer Aaron Schlossberg, of the Law Office of Aaron Schlossberg, Esq.
Racist Lawyer Aaron Schlossberg ultimately chose to hide under his umbrella up against the wall and appeared to be calling for reinforcements, insisting that he had been accosted.
The internet shaming has been as brutal as Schlossberg's rant against the Spanish speakers, although the prevailing sentiment on social media is that he deserves it.
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Meantime, a sign has been posted outside Schlossberg's law office in Midtown. His biography on the site says "He is fluent in Spanish, conversational in French and has basic knowledge of Mandarin Chinese and Hebrew".
A worker told ABC News after: 'This is New York City, everybody is different here, everybody has different opinions and some people have a hatred mind.
"How many times has he mistreated people and hasn't been called out for it?" said Morris, adding that incidents like the one in the restaurant are "good reminders to do the opposite of what [Schlossberg] did".
"He immediately. starts yelling mostly racist and xenophobic stuff", Morris said.
According to 2016 Census data, 49 percent of New York City residents speak a language other than English, 24.5 percent of which identify as Spanish speakers. He'd have to learn the Native American language of Lenape.More news: FDA approves first non-opioid drug for treating opioid withdrawal symptoms