Florida man attacks bartender during racist tirade
Video shows a self-proclaimed white supremacist knock a bartender unconscious during a racially-fueled rant in Florida.
Pops Sunset Grill is a family friendly restaurant here in McComas. Management tells me the man who attacked when other employees showed up here and immediately started spewing erratic statements filled with hate. But no one here knows exactly why. This is cell phone video of the violent attack that knocked out a new comas bartender leaving her with a gnarly concussion. It happened as employees were trying to keep 36 year old Nicholas Shock of What? Shula out of pop Sunset Grill Friday. This Sheriff's Office report says he made threats of hurting people inside the restaurant and said he had a gun. In the bystander's video. The 36 year old calls himself a white supremacist during a racially charged rant, Carrie Nation, disbelief discussed and shock, or some of the words witnesses used to describe the attack. I can't see a man doing it on your side, spoke with the victim's husband over the phone. He tells us he's proud of his wife's bravery, but would like to see more severe charges for the man who hurt her. It doesn't make me feel a little bit safer knowing that not even not even from my wife not for me, not for anyone else, but for anyone knowing that he is going to be more than likely stay behind bars until the you know the law could do with law. Needs to do. Court records show Shock has a criminal history out of Hardy County. He was released from state prison in December last year.