A shocking viral video shows a white woman smashing her neighbour’s car with hammers and screaming at them to “go back to Mexico”.
Edy Perez, the owner of the vehicle, uploaded the footage that his sister had filmed outside their property in Chatsworth, Los Angeles last Wednesday.
She’d heard the sound of banging outside and ran out to find their neighbour attacking the car.
The video shows the white woman whacking the car door with a hammer while staring angrily into the camera.
“I’ve got you on video that you’re destroying my car. Thank you,” the woman filming can be heard saying.
The neighbour then marches up to her, a hammer in each hand, and says: “Get the f**k out of this neighbourhood you f**king s**ts.”
She then walks away and yells for someone to call the police, to which the woman filming replied: “I’m calling, don’t worry.”
She was also filmed pushing over rubbish bins and yelling “Go back to Mexico!”
Another clip from the footage shows the white woman holding a hose pipe while struggling with a black woman outside a house.
The black woman grabs her hair and yells: “You put your motherf**king s**t on me again b***h? You got a problem, b***h? Tell me to go the f**k back somewhere, b***h? Tell me. Tell me.”
She orders the white woman to turn off the hose pipe, addressing her as “Becky” – a pejorative term for a racist white woman.
“Oh, you f***ed up their car, b***h? You think that s**t is cute, b***h? You racist f***ing b****, I’m sick of you b****es.”
She then lets go of the woman’s hair, causing her to trip into a bush.
Mr Perez uploaded the video to social media with the caption: “Bruh I hate racist ppl so much… Im all the way in Miami while this dumbassbihh in LA f**king my car up… all cuz she racist and dont like us [sic].”
The clip has now been watched more than 8 million times.
He told TMZ that the woman has been harassing him and his roommates with racial abuse ever since they moved into the neighbourhood in 2019.
TMZ reports the white woman was arrested but was freed the following day due to coronavirus restrictions.
Mr Perez has launched a GoFundMe to help fundraise for the damage inflicted on his car.