In the video, Boucher said: "You're disgusting", to an unidentified man after the coffee-spilling incident.
Starbucks employees told the news station that Boucher has been a problem customer in the past, although never violent.
The bystanders showed incredible restraint by not physically engaging with Boucher, who even spit on a 30-year-old man and 34-year-old woman. Boucher and the man had almost come to blows, but as a bystander intervened and broke things up, the angry customer prepared to leave and added the following words to the unidentified black male; this was the same man whose children Boucher had reportedly insulted by calling them "disposable vermin".
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Boucher also punched a 59-year-old man unprovoked, authorities said. The man, presumed to be homeless, was later taken the hospital to be treated for an eye injury, reports PIX11.
Boucher then goes on to compare the man to livestock and suggests that he should be tagged with a bar code with his Social Security number.
'Shut up, slave. Do not talk to me, ' he says to a second unidentified black man who approached him, the video shows, before proceeding to spit on them.
At different points in the heated situation, Boucher yelled, "Your children are disposable vermin!" and "Get on all fours right now!"
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A Chicago man has been charged after he verbally and physically assaulted bystanders after becoming enraged when coffee was spilled on him. He was also heard calling another black man a slave.
Punches are nearly exchanged until a bystander breaks up the altercation and Boucher (far right) shouts at the two 'Get on all fours right now!
"Get on all fours right now", he said.
Boucher then walked away. Don't walk away on two legs!' He is scheduled to appear in court on July 5. The man falls to ground in video.
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'Calling people...racist slurs, when I was coming into work I was not expecting to see that'.