SHOCKING footage of a mum demanding for her son to see a “white doctor who doesn’t have brown teeth and speaks English” at a walk-in clinic has emerged.
The woman – who claims her son has chest pains – loudly tells staff: “I saw a doctor that was not white that did not help my kid.
“You’re telling me there isn’t one white doctor in this whole entire building?
“Oh my God, what type of horrible country do I live in?
“Being white in this country I should just shoot myself.”
Other patients intervene, asking her why the doctor has to be white, before telling her to leave the clinic in the shocking clip, passed to CBC News.
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A furious woman then confronts the mum, saying: “Your child clearly has more issues with you being his mother than him needing to see a doctor.
“You are extremely rude and racist.”
But the deluded woman responds by claiming the patients are ganging up on her because she is white.
When a receptionist suggests she goes to hospital instead, the woman claims they “only have brown doctors” before saying: “There was another kid that died there and had her arms and legs amputated.”
The unbelievable moment was filmed by another patient awaiting his own appointment at Rapid Access to Medical Specialists clinic in Mississauga, Ontario.
The woman has not been identified in the clip to protect her son’s identity.
Hitesh Bhardwaj, an immigrant to Canada, filmed the incident.
He said: “I couldn’t help but record the video. This is bad, this is inappropriate and shouldn’t go unnoticed.
“The whole episode kept on repeating in my head, I was very upset. You know I can’t even define the feeling.”
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