Wednesday’s video that went viral online of a man melting down at a Bagel Boss store in Long Island apparently is not the first time the guy had a major run-in on camera over his height.
The man, who has since been identified as Chris Morgan, has his own YouTube channel where he has been uploading videos, including two of him in encounters regarding his height. One happened where he got into it with someone at a bar. Another happened when he confronted a 7/11 worker.
Many of those videos no longer appear on his channel, but one person compiled them all in one video. The bar video begins at 31:51 in this video and the 7/11 incident at 38:00.
Morgan was also interviewed by “Inside Edition.” The best part is they sent the tallest person on their staff to conduct the interview.
This guy is an internet legend. Need more videos.
- Chris Morgan
A video of a short man melting down at a bagel shop went viral online Wednesday, but there is actually a second video most haven’t seen that shows the aftermath.
The video was shared by a Twitter user named Olivia Bradley on early Wednesday morning. It shows a woman asking a man why he thinks it’s OK to degrade women. He responds in an enraged fashion, screaming about women discriminating against him in the dating world due to his height. The man then aggressively tells a bystander to shut his mouth and challenges him to fight. Another person tells the man to be quiet, so the short guy challenges him. He accepted and dropped the guy to the ground.
so in bagel boss this morning, the misogynistic douchebag seen in the video was degrading almost all of the female staff as well as other patrons. fuck this guy. pic.twitter.com/LZh1Uk4UXZ
— olivia shea (@oliviabradley88) July 10, 2019
This video was seen by many, but there is a second video that most hadn’t seen. It shows the aftermath.
If you guys wanted to know what happen next, here ya go pic.twitter.com/jOHzispksW
— Mike LiVorio (@mikelivorio_) July 10, 2019
That dude has some serious problems.
The owner of the Bagel Boss location in Long Island, New York where the incident took place used the viral moment as a marketing opportunity and is offering free mini bagels to those who mention the video.
A MESSAGE FROM BAGEL BOSS: After todays incident everyone is ok! Use caution on dating sites and anyone who comes into our locations and mentions this video can get a FREE MINI BAGEL!!!!!!!! https://t.co/Pvi9jXxI6t
— Donald Rosner (@donaldrosner) July 10, 2019
Way to go, Donald.
Wondering what preceded the video being captured? The woman whose friend recorded the video told BuzzFeedNews that they were waiting in line to order “when they noticed the man pacing and ‘muttering angrily’ to himself, saying the word ‘stupid and something to the effect of ‘can’t do their jobs.’ She said the man started to berate the woman employee behind the counter and then told another employee ‘don’t look at me like that.'”
Congratulations, bro. You are now forever known for your bagel shop meltdown.
- Chris Morgan
A video of a 9-year-old girl throwing a pitch is receiving attention online because of the girl’s excellent mechanics.
Matt Lisle, the hitting coach at Missouri who also has a significant online following, tweeted a video of the girl throwing a pitch. He says she is nine years old.
Thought this was worth sharing. She’s 9 years old. pic.twitter.com/RJlarXYOgU
— Matt Lisle (@CoachLisle) September 14, 2018
From her head angle to the way she uses her back leg to push off and then decelerate, to the way she separates her arm, her mechanics were outstanding. They’re even more impressive when you consider her age.
Plenty of popular figures in the baseball world reacted. Former Cy Young winner Orel Hershiser said the girl has a better delivery than he did.
Wow! She has a better delivery than I had! Keep working at it!
Rooting for you to make it to the Bigs!
— Orel Hershiser (@OrelHershiser) September 14, 2018
Olympic softball hero and ESPN analyst Jessica Mendoza said “love it.”
YES!!!! Love it
— Jessica Mendoza (@jessmendoza) September 14, 2018
Even MLB’s official Twitter account was all about it.
— MLB (@MLB) September 14, 2018
It’s one thing to be able to throw hard at a young age. But to also have excellent mechanics is an indicator of an ability to continue to improve and get the most out of one’s body. Mo’Ne Davis better watch out!
Confidence is a key to being successful in sports. One Little Leaguer already has that part of the game down.
Alfred Delia, a Little League player for Middletown, New Jersey, has become a viral hit for his awesome player intro video. In his intro that was shown on ESPN prior to New Jersey’s Little League regional game against Maryland, Delia was beaming with bravado.
Welp, found my favorite baseball player ever. pic.twitter.com/8S95NVIqb0
— Sports Liker (@Ianmurray7) August 10, 2018
“Hi, my name is Alfred Delia. At home they call me ‘Big Al,’ and I hit dingers.”
Unfortunately for Big Al, his team lost 11-1 and he only got one at-bat in the game, going 0-for-1. Though Delia didn’t leave the yard in New Jersey’s three Eastern Region games, he went an impressive 4-for-5.
We’re thankful he provided us the best Little League get-to-know-you moment since this kid in 2014.
- Alfred Delia
The Little League World Series is nearly upon us, and what could get you better in the mood for the summer event in Williamsport, Penn. than a gigantic homer?
During a New England regional game between Rhode Island and Massachusetts on Wednesday, a player for the Pittsfield (Mass.) team named Evan Blake crushed a bomb to center field that went over the scoreboard. His homer was hit so far that the Coventry center fielder didn’t even bother to go back for the ball.
— Little League (@LittleLeague) August 8, 2018
Blake was 3-for-3 with four runs scored in Pittsfield’s 10-1 win that saw them advance to the region championship game. According to reporter Howard Herman, Blake is now 8-for-9 in the tournament.
One Arkansas fan decided to spice things up during a weather delay at the College World Series on Sunday.
Texas and Arkansas were squaring off but went into a weather delay that lasted nearly three hours. During the delay, an Arkansas fan hopped over the fence from the outfield at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha. It didn’t take long for security to get the best of him.
Woo Pig pic.twitter.com/9QsHnFsF2v
— Gib (@bpthrower8) June 17, 2018
That was one heck of a hit from the security worker.
The fan should have known better; when you run onto the field at the College World Series, you have to do so in a threesome!
- Arkansas fans
If you thought that Charles Barkley’s golf swing was ugly, just wait until you see him throw a baseball.
TNT’s “Inside the NBA” crew was in Houston for Monday night’s Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals between the Rockets and Golden State Warriors. During their postgame show, the guys played a game where they threw balls into baskets as part of bets to mark the supreme court’s decision on sports betting. That’s where we got to see Charles and his arm in action.
Charles Barkley throws a baseball like his shoulder isn't connected to his arm pic.twitter.com/28xQfWnEHF
— Born Salty (@cjzero) May 15, 2018
It’s truly mind-blowing that one of the top 50 basketball players of all time could have such an ugly throwing motion and golf swing. Oh yeah, and his baseball swing isn’t much prettier either.
- Charles Barkley