Two groups of pub goers were thrown out of a Wetherspoons after a blazing row was caught on camera.
The incident was filmed by Georgia Grantham, who was in the Sheffield pub with her mum until an argument with a couple at the table next to them ensued.
Georgia, 19, filmed as she and her mother were branded “disgusting” and “vile” by a man and woman at the neighbouring table.
But the dispute escalated when Georgia asked her mum if they could “move back down to London”.
The woman at the next table declares “all Londoners are like that” and grabs Georgia’s mobile, telling her to delete the clip.
Wetherspoons said both parties were ejected following the meltdown at The Wagon and Horses in the Chapeltown suburb of the city on Monday.
Georgia has not revealed what she and her mother and a friend were talking about beforehand but the video opens with the man at the next table saying: “You’re horrible, I’ve never heard anything as bad coming out of someone’s mouth as bad as what you’re coming out with.
“You’re disgusting, you’re vile, speaking to your daughter like that, talking about people, slagging people off, she’s doing her job.”
Off camera, Georgia’s mum can be heard to say: “It’s my business not yours.”
The man responds: “Is it? Well I don’t want to hear it.”
Her mother then says: “Well I don’t want to hear your opinion either.”
The man then calls her “a horrible woman”.
The woman on the neighbouring table in the yellow top in the clip said: “My kids will never speak like that, f**king idiot”.
Georgia, herself a waitress, can then be heard taunting her and said: “I’ve been called a lot worse babes, don’t you mind me.”
She posted the clip online with the caption: “Imagine being assaulted in a Wetherspoons and the manager asking you to leave.”
Georgia claims her friend was branded a “ginger tramp” before she started recording.
A Wetherspoons spokesman said: “The customers in question were being anti-social and asked to leave the pub, due to racist comments and being verbally abusive about staff.”
Asked if both parties had been asked to leave, he replied: “As I understand it, yes.”
But Georgia insisted: “There were most certainly no racist comments made.
“The only comment made was me saying that I would like to move back to my hometown in London to which the woman who snatched my phone told me to ‘f*** off back there’.
“We were embarrassed and felt sorry for the other people in the pub trying to eat their food.
“They had been watching us since we sat down at the table next to them, when they started calling us names that is when I began recording.”
South Yorkshire Police has been approached for comment.