Joden Rocco shot a black man in Pittsburgh and then waved down the cops for a ride home, reported CBS News.
Rocco, a white man, uploaded a video moments before the shooting on Sunday and said he was looking to see how many times he could say the N-Word before being kicked out of bars along North Shore.
“We’re playing a game … how many times we can say N-word to the bartender before we get kicked out," Rocco, 24, said in the 15-second video.
Rocco was denied entrance into Tequila Cowboy, and afterward was looking to pick a fight with someone.
Just before 2 a.m. he ran into Dulane Cameron Jr. and began attacking him. Police reports describe Rocco as being "very aggressive."
Rocco stabbed Cameron, 24, in the neck and he died according to the affidavit. Rocco then hid in the bush and attempted to wave police down for a ride home.
Officers initially identified him as a witness, and he is now being held in Allegheny County Jail. He was charged with homicide.
He is scheduled to have a preliminary hearing on August 31.
Watch the video below via CBS.