Watch This Woman Shout Racist Abuse at Muslim Post Office Worker in Camden UK

This is the moment an enraged woman yelled racist obscenities at a Muslim Post Office worker, telling him to go back to his own country because he is ‘not wanted here’.

Shocking footage shows the customer shout vile abuse at the cashier, who she claims is laughing at her.

People waiting to be served watched in horror as the frightening tirade escalated at the Post Office in Camden High Street.

‘You won’t think it’s funny then, yeah. You won’t be laughing then you ignorant f***s***,’ she screams.

The woman appears to be directing her abuse at the employee behind a glass screen next to the checkouts.

She begins to walk away but then turns to scream ‘Who would want to look at you? What woman would want to look at that?’ while gesturing up and down at the man.

The woman turns to leave the store for a second time, but spins around again.

‘Make sure you post my cards, otherwise I’ll come back and get a refund you fat pk c*nt!’ she adds.

Customers gasp as she storms towards the exit - but the tirade isn’t over.

‘Go back to your own country, yeah, you’re not wanted here. You fat motherf*cker pk!’ she yells. ‘Ugly motherf*cker!’

Samrat Hanif, who filmed the abuse from the queue, said the staff at the branch are friendly and he didn’t notice any disagreement before the woman’s outburst.

‘All of a sudden I heard she is screaming and immediately I started recording,’ he said.

Customers were silent during the shocking rant.

Samrat said he wanted to speak up for the employee but was worried the woman may then turn on him.

The team at Camden High Street Post Office did not wish to comment.

People waiting to be served watched in horror as the frightening tirade escalated at the Post Office in Camden High Street

A Post Office spokesperson said: ‘We are extremely proud of the people who work in our 11,600 branches across the UK.

‘They do a great job providing a wide range of vital services to the millions of customers who visit each week.

‘We expect all of our people to be treated with the dignity and respect they deserve and are very concerned by this incident.

‘We are investigating and of course offering our full support to the team at the branch involved.’

The MET Police said they have not received a report in relation to the incident.