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A white man has been recording ranting in the Brixton branch on McDonald's about immigrants and feminists while claiming that "white men built civilisation".

The incident appeared to take place on Friday evening and has been uploaded to Twitter by the musician Alex Parvenu, who recorded the rant.

At the time of writing, it is unclear what provoked his rant but, at the beginning of the video, he's seen approaching the counter and shouting at the staff in front of a crowded restaurant:

I just want to say that this is run by bloody immigrants.

He then moves to the back of the crowd where he goes on a further rant against feminists and claims that they are letting "women run the world".

You feminist, hairy-faced, 'mangina, I'm a feminist.'

You are weak, Cut your balls off and let women run the world.

People then sarcastically begin to applaud him as he yells "shame upon you all" and calls them "soy boys".

He then offers his thoughts on why he thinks the UK is in disarray.

No wonder the world is f****d. It's full of feminists and immigrants.

That's why my country is f****d. That's why England is f****d. It's full of feminists and immigrants.

It then looks like he is about to leave the fast food restaurant before returning to give a brief history of the world, according to him.

The world is built by white men but you don't like it, do you?

You don't like that civilization was created by white men and it bothers you because you can't do what 'we' do.

White men created the world for you. We made it possible for you people to benefit from the world.

We white men built the world for you.

At this point, a group of people began to surround him, including a member of staff, to force him out of premises.

The video, which was shared at 10:28pm on Friday, already been viewed more than 29,000 times on Twitter.

It is unclear what provoked his tirade or if he was reported to the police.

indy100 has contacted Parvenu for more details and will update this article when we have more information.

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