Earlier this week, a New Jersey man went viral for all the wrong reasons when his racist, slur-laden tirade was caught on video and posted online.
The video showed as the man, 45-year-old Cagney Mathews, shouted the N-word at his Black neighbor and called his family, "monkeys."
Realizing he was being filmed, Mathews proudly shouted out his address and taunted prospective online viewers.
"3602 Gramercy Way, that's where I live. Come f'king see me."
Despite the hateful behavior of Mathews, who is White, the police officers who arrived on the scene merely told him to "cut it out."
But as another viral video has now showed, Mathews would come to regret his decision to shout out his address and beckon people to come see him at his home.
Because people did come to his home.
About 150 of them.
This is what happens when you use the N Word and tell everyone to pull up to your house #blm #blacklivesmatter #nj #mtlaurel #fypage
As that video showed, Mathews was escorted away from his home by multiple police officers. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, he's been accused of making racist attacks for years and has now been charged with assault.
The massive, in-person outrage apparently had some impact on Mathews.
He told WPVI-TV his reflections since it all went down.
"There is nothing I'm going to be able to say that's going to justify me using the words that I used."
"Whatever I have to do to make it up to the community, and the world at this point, seeing how big it is, understand that I made a mistake, allow me the ability to move forward, just like we all deserve."
People who saw it all found the whole thing very satisfying.
The large showing at Mathews house apparently had impact on the police too, who told The Philadelphia Inquirer they were now looking into other incidents involving him.