On video uploaded to YouTube, a volunteer at a North Carolina hospital is seen going on a shrieking rampage and telling a black family to get out while kicking at them.
According to WNCN, Isaiah Baskins uploaded the video after he took his daughter to an appointment at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center where he encountered the unidentified woman who worked as a volunteer there.
Baskins states that the woman called him a “n*gger” before telling him to leave as he took out his phone to record the encounter. As the video begins, the woman is seen on the phone asking some one to “get these people out of here.”
With Baskins asking her what her problem is — and whether she is “off her medicine” — the woman loses control and begins shrieking at the family, complaining about the man’s gray underwear coming out of the top of his pants.
She then grabs at the cellphone while hollering “get out of here!” as she kicks him him and calls him a “dirty old tramp.”
Another man steps in saying he’s trying to “defuse the situation” before ruefully stating, “Something is wrong with her.”
A spokesperson for the hospital apologized and said the woman is no longer a volunteer there.
Watch the video below via YouTube:
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