This is the bizarre moment an American actor allegedly barged into the checkout queue – before yelling ‘f*** you, I’m a American, I do what I want’.
Geoffrey Giuliano, 63, had been visiting a Big-C supermarket in Pattaya, Thailand, when he appeared to push in front of another customer.
The French expat – who wanted to remain anonymous for fear of a revenge attack from the actor – claims Giuliano then threw around 25 items onto the conveyor belt which was in the ‘ten items or fewer’ zone.
He began filming Giuliano – even telling him he would share it publicly – who then launched a foul-mouthed rant in front of his own wife and child.
Geoffrey Giuliano, 63, had been visiting a Big-C supermarket in Pattaya, Thailand when he launched the bizarre rant at a customer
Giuliano – wearing several press passes with his name on – said: ‘You’re not intimidating me by that camera, I’m an actor.’
The Frenchman replied: ‘I’m just waiting for the next round, because what you said about America was very interesting.’
Giuliano, originally from Rochester, New York, then appeared to become even more aggressive as he begins swearing and moving towards the filmer.
He said: ‘Go f*** yourself, OK. Go f*** yourself, OK, let’s get it real straight. You can go f*** yourself, OK.
‘I’m an American, I do what I want, we’re the kings of the world, OK.
”We’re professional a*******. We have taken being a******* to the highest possible f****** level in this world.’
The Frenchman said: ‘I agree with you.’
Giuliano replied: ”You agree, so we have a point of agreement. Now next time mind your own f****** business.”
A few moments later Giuliano walks out of the busy supermarket in the South Pattaya district of the city yesterday at around 6pm.
The Frenchman who filmed the video said: ‘I was queuing in the checkout for under ten items when he pushed in front. He had about 25 items and there were other checkouts that were empty.
‘He threw his items down and was aggressive. I think a watermelon and a banana broke.
‘Then he said about being American and being able to do what he wanted so I started filming him. He said it again and started swearing in front of his wife and children.
He was wearing several press passes around his neck and had told the man he wasn’t scared of the camera
The actor told the man he was an American and could do what he wanted, even telling the man Americans were ‘kings of the world’
‘His wife was friendly and looked embarrassed by his behaviour. He clearly thought he was a big shot actor that could do what he wanted.
‘Nobody has the right to act like this. But I think that Hollywood celebrities and actors are crazy right now. They think they can do and say anything they want and somehow they’re still right.
‘I do not want my name to be public. He has money and in this country that can buy anything, absolutely anything. He obviously has some connections so I would be afraid of a revenge or retaliation attack if he knew my details.’
Giuliano has starred in a number of movies including Dragonwolf and The Sixth Element
Giuliano has starred in a number of movies including Dragonwolf, Scorpion King 3, The Sixth Element and Jules Vernes The Mysterious Island among others.
He is also a prominent author on the Beatles and Pete Townshend and has featured on various TV and radio shows as a commentator and guest.
But he was embroiled in controversy after being implicated in stolen wedding pictures of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
A Mail on Sunday investigation in March last year found that the images worth £100,000 were being touted for sale by Giuliano who put a reporter in touch with a mysterious middleman.
After sending proof he had the negatives, the seller then demanded cash to be transferred to his account but later pulled out of the deal.
Asked about the incident today through his personal Facebook account, Giuliano did not reply.
Giuliano’s management company listed on his official website were also unavailable.