When a student at Chapman University in California went on a drunken homophobic, racist rant in an economics class Tuesday morning his fellow students took it upon themselves to eject him from the space.
Dayton Kingery, 21, was captured on video that was shared on Twitter announcing he’d been “drinking Bacardi all day” before declaring “I f*cking hate n*ggers.”
In the video clip, another student can be heard to say “You should probably chill, buddy.”
After repeating the statement a few more times, he shifted his focus to queer people telling the class “I f*cking hate f*ggots, too – how about that?”
At that point, the students in the room were done. One classmate informed Kingery, “All right, you’ve got to get out of here, bro.”
In a second clip also posted to Twitter, Kingery is seen arguing with someone in the room, saying, “You don’t know who I am, guy. I’m not kidding … I’ll bury you. I’m worth, like, $50 million.”
He then turned to another student in the classroom, poked him and said, “This f*ggot right here.” That student, having had enough of the intoxicated tirade, can be seen standing up to Kingery telling him, “Don’t touch me, don’t touch me.”
At that point, he’s ejected from the classroom but is handed the wrong backpack. Kingery throws that backpack down the hall and then proceeds to stomp on it. “I hope your laptop was in there, you f*cking f*ggot,” said Kingery.
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When campus security was called to the scene, the 21-year-old ended up in a violent scuffle with the officer.
When officers from the Orange Police Department attempted to arrest him, he resisted resulting in the cops placing him in a hobble restraint in order to remove him from campus.
Kingery was arrested and charged with suspicion of making criminal threats, felony vandalism (for destroying the laptop in the backpack), and elder abuse for injuring the campus security guard who was over 65-years-old.
The university issued a statement on Thursday that Kingery was no longer a student at the school.
The statement posted to Twitter from Chapman President Daniele Struppa read, in part, “Racist and homophobic conduct will not be tolerated on this campus, and we took decisive and swift action.”
“A situation such as this is difficult, it affected many and we want to provide the needed support as we all move through this difficult time.”
(2/2) We will soon be communicating additional resources available to you (via your Chapman email) as a member of the campus community. A situation such as this is difficult, it affected many, and we want to provide the needed support as we all move through this difficult time."
— Chapman University (@ChapmanU) February 6, 2020
Struppa also expressed her “deepest apologies to the Black and LGBTQIA communities who were specifically targeted” during the drunken rant.
Here’s the report by CBS Los Angeles: