The Washington Post sets the scene:
Kathleen “Amina” Deady stood in front of a pastry counter in Riverside, Calif., holding a key fob and wearing a veil across her face.
Only her eyes peeked through the veil. In Islam, it is called a niqab, though the man standing in front of Deady at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on Friday had other words for it.
“Is this Halloween or something?” he asked Deady, leaning in toward her and scowling as she began to record on her phone.
Behind the counter, two baristas looked up with concern.
"I'm a Muslim [woman]."— CJ Werleman (@cjwerleman) May 12, 2018
"I know your religion and I don't want to be killed by you."
This took place at a cafe in California yesterday. pic.twitter.com/4WAWKcQDh8
If I owned a cafe, I would have thrown him out also, not necessarily because he was racist, but because of his harassment of other customers.