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Grinning Man Shows Up To NYC Bar In Full Nazi Uniform—And It Went As Well As You'd Expect

Video of the man being chased out of Fanelli Cafe in SoHo quickly went viral on Twitter.

Grinning Man Shows Up To NYC Bar In Full Nazi Uniform—And It Went As Well As You'd Expect

When it comes to dressing up for Halloween, there are some costumes that are considered to be so completely offensive, they should totally be off-limits.

One New York City bar patron quickly learned his Nazi uniform was not going to win any costume contests any time soon after being shown out the door of a historic New York establishment.

The unnamed customer went to Fanelli Cafe in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan and walked up to the bar with a grin on his face while sporting a swastika on the sleeve of his Nazi uniform jacket.

The visit was caught on camera, and the footage showed the patrons–who were not in costume–giving the man a chilly reception.

One woman could be heard asking:

"What is wrong with you?"

The posted footage went viral with over 2.7 million views in ten hours.

You can see the 18-second clip here.

The man then turned and shrugged at the question then is told by another patron:

“Get out of here you motherf'ker.”

To which the man countered, "F'k you."

An individual is seen rushing toward the man as he is confronting his critics and showing him the way out is definitely not back inside.

Social media users remained appalled.

People were doubly shocked the visit ended without a violent incident.

For the record...

The unsettling incident follows recent headlines about antisemitism across the country, including Ye's controversial string of antisemitic social media posts and news interviews.

The rapper's online remarks influenced more antisemitic rhetoric across the country, with one hate group displaying a sign over an LA overpass with the words, "Kanye is right about the Jews."

Members holding a sign encouraging drivers to "honk if you know" were giving the Nazi salute as LA commuters drove beneath them.

The rapper was also referenced with a projection outside the TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida during the Florida-Georgia college football game.