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A woman getting a pedicure at a Seattle nail salon went on a homophobic rant after a man after asked her to take her loud FaceTime call off speakerphone. 
Christopher Brown wrote on Facebook that he was at his favorite foot spa in Lynnwood, Washington, when the shocking incident occurred. 
Brown said that the unidentified woman had been behaving in an off-putting manner for some time before she went on her tirade. 

This woman was caught on tape going on a foul-mouthed, homophobic tirade after a man at a foot spa asked her to take her FaceTime conversation off speakerphone
This woman was caught on tape going on a foul-mouthed, homophobic tirade after a man at a foot spa asked her to take her FaceTime conversation off speakerphone

The woman then said she was going to call 911
She then demanded that employees decide whether she - a self-proclaimed long-time customer - or videographer Christopher Brown should leave
The woman then said she was going to call 911 and demanded that employees decide whether she - a self-proclaimed long-time customer - or videographer Christopher Brown should leave
'After this lady storms in the place to talk down to the receptionist, she proceeds to pick out her color at the color pallets wall,' Brown wrote. 
'After berating another staff member for the selection not being what she wanted, she selects the chair next to me for her pedicure experience. Lucky me. She then proceeds to engage in a FaceTime dialogue with her daughter about the latest drama from school. At this point, the staff are irritated as well as the patrons.'
Brown wrote that he then said to the woman, 'mam, would you kindly mind taking your phone off speaker in the spa, pointing to the signs asking patrons to keep their noise down.'
At this point, the situation turned ugly, Brown noted. 
'She looks at her FaceTime call and goes "hold on, I need to take care of this f****t'.
It was immediately after this that he said he began recording the woman's reaction on his cell phone. 
On her way to the spa's exit, while spewing derogatory statements and telling him to 'eat my p****y,' the woman thrust her hips forward at Brown
On her way to the spa's exit, while spewing derogatory statements and telling him to 'eat my p****y,' the woman thrust her hips forward at Brown
Brown said that he wanted to share the video in order to show that it's not always 'sunshine and rainbows' for LGBTQ people, even in Seattle
Brown didn't specify when the video was taken, but it was likely over the holidays
Brown said that he wanted to share the video in order to show that it's not always 'sunshine and 
The video kicks off with the fluorescent orange-clad woman holding up her phone and saying, 'Let's call 911' because Brown is 'harassing me for now reason telling me not to be on the phone.'
Brown, throughout the video, doesn't stay a thing. 
The woman then starts shouting out to someone off camera, presumably a foot spa employee, about whether it's 'nice' for Brown to be telling her not to be on the phone. 
The off-screen voice tries to stay out of the argument, but the woman persists, demanding, 'It's either he goes or I go.' She then repeatedly says that she's 'been coming her for years' and that both she and her daughter are customers.
When the spa employee continues to refuse to take a side, the woman decides that she's going to leave. 
As she pulls her feet out of the water, she says, 'Keep recording, sissy. You probably wish you had a c**t like me, right?' 
While gathering her bag and walking to the door, she continues her foul-mouthed rant. 
'I should show you my, uh, parts. F****t. Sissy. Queer. F*g. Eat my p***y, eat it,' she says, punctuating her last words with a 'ta-da' hip thrust. 
'How's that f*g? Queer. Queer 'cause you want a p***y.'  
The video ends when she leave the establishment. 
'I hope her family and friends see this one day, and are embarrassed by her despicable behavior,' Brown wrote on Facebook, noting that he wanted to share the video to let people 'know that even in the Seattle region, life isn’t always sunshine and rainbows for the lgbt community.' 
It's unclear when the woman's meltdown took place, but Brown posted the minute-and-a-half video of her tirade on January 3. 

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