An American actor has come under fire for going on a tirade in a Thailand supermarket.
A customier in the line said Geoffrey Giuliano put around 25 items on the conveyor belt in a 10 items of less line, and when he confronted the actor Giuliano went on a vulgar rant.
“You’re not intimidating me by that camera, I’m an actor,” he said to the customer, a French expat, who was videotaping him, the Daily Mail reported.
“I’m just waiting for the next round, because what you said about America was very interesting,” the Frenchman said.
That enraged Giuliano, who has appeared in such films as “Scorpion King 3,” “Dragonwolf,” “Buffalo Rider” and “The Colour of the Trap.”
“‘Go f*** yourself, OK. Go f*** yourself, OK, let’s get it real straight,” the actor raged. “You can go f*** yourself, OK.
“I’m an American, I do what I want, we’re the kings of the world, OK?
“We’re professional a**h***s We have taken being a**h**e to the highest possible f**king level in this world.”
The Frenchman told Giuliano that he agreed with him about Americans.
“You agree, so we have a point of agreement. Now next time mind your own f**king business,” the actor said.
It is interesting that Giuliano went on an American supremacist-like rant as his Facebook fan page is replete with videos deriding President Donald Trump and his administration as bullying white supremacists and Nazis.
Including his most recent video, which he titled “Armchair Revolution For Dummies,” in which he celebrated the departure from the White House of Steve Bannon and Dr. Sebastian Gorka.
He called Bannon and Gorka “m****rf**kers” and “cockroaches” and called Steve Miller a “Nazi m***rf**ker.”
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