Watch the Geisico video that got everyone’s attention, with a woman in the back of a car being verbally harassed and then the call being recorded.
The video was uploaded to YouTube by a woman named Amy Mazzola.
The clip was shared nearly 11,000 times by Sunday afternoon.
Amy Mazzolan posted a Vine of the video on Saturday afternoon.
In the video, a Geico employee tells a customer that a “person who looks like you” is at the store, saying “we don’t need to speak to you, we can talk to the person who looks really good” and then calls the person a “man.”
Mazzola uploaded a screen grab of the call on Saturday, and the video has gone viral.
“He said, ‘you’re a woman.
Why don’t you leave me alone?'”
Amy Moustacola says in the video.
“He then says ‘no, I’m not going to leave you alone.'”
The customer responds, “I don’t know what you’re talking about, it’s just a woman, a guy.
What do you want?”
Mazzolas voiceover says, “Well, she doesn’t look like you.”
The employee responds, saying, “Yeah, she looks pretty good, but she’s not exactly a man.”
“She looks like she might be a woman,” Mazzolas narrator says.
“But that’s not what she looks like.
She looks like a big fat, ugly, disgusting woman.”
Moustacolas voice says, “‘If you like my look, you’ll like my taste.'”
The employee replies, “No, you’re not going down there with me.”
Amy Moustaclavas voiceover adds, “So he said to the guy who looked like you, ‘You’re a man.
I don’t want to talk to you.
I’ll call you back.'”
The video has more than 11,700 views.
“She said, “You’re not a man, you look like a woman.’
And he said, ‘[You’re] a woman.'””
He was saying that he looks like [a woman], but he didn’t want him to talk,” Moustas narrator continues.”
And he said ‘I’m not leaving you alone.’
And I was like, ‘I don´t want you to leave me.
I just want you out of my life.’
He was like ‘Oh, I know, you can’t leave me.’
He said, [you’re] like a bad guy, and that’s when he called me a ‘man.’
“Mazzolan uploaded the video to Facebook on Sunday afternoon, and it has nearly 17,000 shares and likes.”
You’re the worst, Amy,” one person wrote in response to the video in a comment.”
This is unacceptable, this is offensive, it is a disgusting and cowardly act.
Amy Mizzo,” another person said.”
That’s a disgusting comment, Amy, and an insult to the millions of people who have watched this video and shared it on Facebook,” another commenter wrote.”
I’m sorry, Amy Mitza, but you’ve got to step up.
You’re not an expert.
And I can’t believe you’re still on the job, and your boss says this is OK.””
This was a horrible experience,” another user wrote.