Credit Suisse director fired after attacking servers at Koreatown restaurant

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Credit Suisse manager is fired after he was filmed attacking servers at a Koreatown restaurant for refusing to let him use the bathroom after he got drunk at 2 a.m.

  • Roman Cambell fell on Shanghai Mong at 1:52 a.m. on Saturday, June 4
  • He asked to use the restroom, but the staff refused and said it was only for customers.
  • Cambell went wild, banging the restaurant owner’s phone with her hand
  • He then punched a Hispanic server who was trying to fight him
  • He has now been made redundant from his news and media service position at the bank
  • It’s unclear if he will face assault charges for the alcohol blast
  • Cambell told the New York Post he was acting in self-defense after the waiter ‘sprained his thumb’
  • The Columbia University grad cleaned up his social media and LinkedIn pages

A Credit Suisse manager has been fired after he was filmed attacking waiters at a Korean restaurant for refusing to let him use the bathroom after he got drunk at 2 a.m.

Roman Campbell was fired from his role in the media and news services at the bank this week after footage of the incident was shared on social media by the restaurant owner’s daughter.

The Columbia University graduate said The New York Post Saturday that he doesn’t think he did anything wrong and was “provoked” by one of the servers who “sprained his thumb”.

The damning footage shows him arriving at Shanghai Mong, an Asian fusion restaurant in Koreatown, on Saturday June 4 at 1:52 a.m. and asking to be allowed in to use the bathroom.

At first, the restaurant owner politely told him that the restrooms were for customers only.

Roman Cambell was fired after being filmed attacking waiters at a restaurant in Koreatown on June 4

He started recording her on his phone as she spoke.

When she pulled out her phone, he slammed it with her hand, then burst into the back of the restaurant.

A Hispanic server who tried to stop him was punched and ended up bleeding from the head.

The owner’s daughter posted surveillance footage of the incident on TikTok and Instagram, asking for the public’s help in locating him.

Cambell stormed into Shanghai Mong on June 4 at 1:52 a.m., demanding to use the bathroom

Cambell stormed into Shanghai Mong on June 4 at 1:52 a.m., demanding to use the bathroom

When the landlady turned him down, he made his way to the back of the restaurant

When the landlady turned him down, he made his way to the back of the restaurant

Eventually he was kicked out of the restaurant after hitting one of the waiters in the head

Eventually he was kicked out of the restaurant after hitting one of the waiters in the head

The restaurant in Koreatown where he walked in and asked to use the bathroom

The restaurant in Koreatown where he walked in and asked to use the bathroom

“My parents work 7 days a week and they haven’t taken a vacation for 6 years.

“When the cops arrived they just talked to the guy and left. Our server’s forehead was bleeding after the guy hit his head.

“He grabbed my mum’s phone to smash it and he was charged nothing,” she said.

The New York Post reported on Saturday that Cambell has now been fired from his job. We don’t think he was arrested.

“The NDP is looking into this matter. My family and I would like to thank everyone again for all the support,’ the couple’s daughter said in an update.

The owner's daughter shared footage of the incident on TikTok and Instagram and asked for help in locating the banker

The owner’s daughter shared footage of the incident on TikTok and Instagram and asked for help in locating the banker

The restaurant owner's daughter who shared footage of the incident on social media

The restaurant owner’s daughter who shared footage of the incident on social media

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