White Dillard department store employee in Dallas is fired after throwing an n-word at his black father

White Dillard employee fired after ‘he called black client the N-word in front of man’s 10-year-old son’: Victim is caught on camera calmly confronting him afterwards

  • The incident went viral after the man’s cousin posted a clip of the aftermath on Instagram on July 25.
  • She wrote that they were shopping for clothes at Dillard’s in Dallas when they asked an employee, named Homer, where the fitting rooms were.
  • The woman alleges Homer directed them to the bedrooms before mumbling “f**king n*****” loud enough for the boy and another adult with them to hear
  • The father then approached the employee and in a calm voice told Homer that his 10-year-old son had heard him utter the insult at the start of his cousin’s video.
  • The employee was later confirmed to have been fired after 20 years working for the department store

A white employee at a Texas department store has been fired after he was seen on video saying the n-word to a black man in front of his 10-year-old son.

The incident went viral after the man’s cousin posted a clip of the aftermath on Instagram on July 25.

She wrote that her cousin and son and another adult were shopping for clothes at NorthPark Center Dillard in Dallas when they asked an employee, named Homer, where the fitting rooms were.

The woman alleges Homer directed them to the bedrooms before mumbling “f**king n*****” loud enough for the boy and the other adult to hear.

The father then approached the employee and in a calm voice told Homer that his 10-year-old son had heard him utter the insult at the start of his cousin’s video.

A white employee (pictured left) at a department store in Texas has been fired after he was seen on video saying the n-word to a black man in front of his 10-year-old son

The man, his son and another adult were shopping for clothes at NorthPark Center Dillard's in Dallas when they asked an employee, named Homer, where the fitting rooms were.

The man, his son and another adult were shopping for clothes at NorthPark Center Dillard’s in Dallas when they asked an employee, named Homer, where the fitting rooms were.

He said: ‘I want you to know this is unacceptable, I want you to know this, and it is unacceptable. You shouldn’t do that. You are too old. My family has frequented Dillard’s for many years. I carry myself with honor. I would never disrespect a human being by calling them by name. You did. You don’t know the impact of what you did to my son.

Finally, the employee – who says he’s worked at Dillard for 20 years – claims he said it because he injured his leg and bizarrely claims he ‘didn’t even know you were’ before to be interrupted by the father.

“I have grace and honor, and I was brought up with morals and values,” he says. “But I lost a lot. I lost my mother. I lost my mother-in-law. I lost my sister. All last year. You don’t know what mental state the next one might be in To be human.

He warns Homer that “that wouldn’t be a cop”. It wouldn’t be a security guard. There wouldn’t be anyone who could stop me from getting on your ass if I wanted to, do you understand me?

“So I want you to know, think about it. No matter the age,” he continues. “Treating human beings with respect, morals and values. Do you understand that? Now I have to go home and correct my 10 year old son not to be a fucking idiot. Don’t fool around. Don’t be like Homer. Homer has no respect for my species, or any human being.

Eventually, the employee - who says he's worked at Dillard for 20 years - claims he said it because he injured his leg and bizarrely claims he

Finally, the employee – who says he’s worked at Dillard for 20 years – claims he said it because he injured his leg and bizarrely claims he ‘didn’t even know you were’ before to be interrupted by the father

It's unclear if Homer apologized, but shortly after, Dillard tweeted that it was the end of his 20-year tenure at the store.

It’s unclear if Homer apologized, but shortly after, Dillard tweeted that it was the end of his 20-year tenure at the store.

It’s unclear if Homer apologized, but shortly after, Dillard tweeted that it was the end of his 20-year tenure at the store.

“The allegations against our former employee were promptly investigated, found to be in gross violation of our standards, and his employment with Dillard was immediately terminated,” the company’s Twitter account wrote.

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