George Zimmerman was out showing his true colors once again. The notorious cretin who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was kicked out of a Sanford, Florida, cigar bar after reportedly using racial slurs and yelling at a waitress, police said.
Manager Angel Benitez told The New York Daily News that staff asked an officer who arrived for an unrelated incident to remove him after yelling at a waitress, and reportedly using a “racial slur” towards her, reports the New York Daily News.
An employee told deputies that Zimmerman, 33, ripped a credit card out of her hand when she was trying to collect a bill.
“I didn’t know you were a (racial expletive) lover,” said Zimmerman as he was being led out.
Then, after Zimmerman was put out of the cigar bar, he said that he had been assaulted by a Black man inside.
Yet bar video of the incident showed that the man, Floyd L. Narcisse, 38, of Deltona, Florida, had extended his hand to Zimmerman, as if to shake it, and when Zimmerman refused, patted him twice on his left arm, the report said.
“It appeared as if he was attempting to engage in a friendly gesture with Zimmerman as a reasonable person would do,” The Orlando Sentinel reports.
While filling out a written complaint about Narcisse, Zimmerman described the deputy who refused to arrest Narcisse as “an incompetent officer under qualified (sic) to flip burgers” and threatened to file suit, the report said.
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