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VIDEO: ‘Bagel Boss’ guy is hospitalized after stroke outside a New York deli and ‘won’t open eyes’


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Video shows ‘Bagel Boss’ guy hospitalized after suffering a stroke outside a New York deli as manager says he ‘has no feeling on one side and won’t open his eyes’

  • Chris ‘Bagel Boss’ Morgan suffered a stroke Wednesday, his manager said
  • He allegedly fell ill outside a New York deli and in seen in hospital in a video clip
  • Manager said: ‘He currently has no feeling on one side and won’t open his eyes. He acknowledged verbal correspondence upon my arrival’ 
  • Bill Shannon told TMZ Morgan had ‘lost feeling on the left side of his body’ but he was able to ‘raise his right arm’ in response to his manager entering the room
  • It’s unclear if his diabetes was connected to the stroke 
  • A Go FundMe page has raised $110 of a $10,000 three hours after it was created Wednesday night and his manager said money will ‘help Chris in his recovery’

The infamous ‘Bagel Boss’ guy has suffered a stroke and is now unable to move one side of his body.

Chris Morgan – who was filmed in a viral video in July yelling and ranting at customers inside at a Bagel Boss shop in Long Island – fell ill outside a deli in the same New York area on Wednesday.

Video footage shows the moments after the 45-year-old was hospitalized and a Twitter post includes close-up images of Morgan recovering in bed.

The clip shows him in a hospital robe hooked up to tubes and ventilator.

Chris Morgan suffered a stroke Wednesday, his manager said, sharing a video of him in hospital

The 'Bagel Boss' fell ill outside a New York deli and was sent to hospital

He's seen in the viral video that got him noticed

The ‘Bagel Boss’ fell ill outside a New York deli and was sent to hospital. He’s seen in the viral video that got him noticed

In the shots filmed as the amateur videographer walks toward him, one leg is straight and exposed while the other appears bent underneath the covering.

Morgan seems not to be alert and is slumped as he rests in the care of doctors.

‘He currently has no feeling on one side and won’t open his eyes,’ his manager Bill Shannon wrote on a GoFundMe page. ‘He acknowledged verbal correspondence upon my arrival.’

Chris has diabetes but it's unclear if it is connected to the stroke

Chris has diabetes but it’s unclear if it is connected to the stroke

Shannon told TMZ Morgan had 'lost feeling on the left side of his body' but he was able to 'raise his right arm' in response to him entering the room

Shannon told TMZ Morgan had ‘lost feeling on the left side of his body’ but he was able to ‘raise his right arm’ in response to him entering the room

By midnight Wednesday a GoFundMe page had $110 of a $10,000 goal after three hours live

By midnight Wednesday a GoFundMe page had $110 of a $10,000 goal after three hours live

Shannon told TMZ Morgan has lost feeling on the left side of his body but was able to raise his right arm in response to him entering the room.

Shannon appealed for help to raise $10,000 for medical costs in the crowdfunding page created on the same night Morgan was admitted.

‘Chris Morgan has suffered a stroke,’ Shannon wrote. ‘Any monetary assistance provided will be put toward helping Chris in his recovery.’

By midnight the page had $110.

Morgan went viral after being captured ranting at customers inside at the Bagel Boss shop in Long Island.

He shouted at strangers who he believed were making fun of his height and how women were not attracted to him.

Then in August, he was seen on video being handcuffed by police officers for swinging a small bat at people.

He was then taken to a hospital where he underwent a psych evaluation. 

His short temper has since carried a long way, as Morgan was scheduled to box against Mets legend Dykstra in Atlantic City in September.

Morgan went viral after being captured ranting at customers inside at the Bagel Boss shop in Long Island

Chris 'Bagel Boss' Morgan attends the Jim Jones EL Capo Album Release Concert & Birthday Celebration at Gramercy Theatre on July 16, 2019 in New York City

Right, Chris ‘Bagel Boss’ Morgan attends the Jim Jones EL Capo Album Release Concert & Birthday Celebration at Gramercy Theatre on July 16, 2019 in New York City

His short temper has since carried a long way, as Morgan was scheduled to box against Mets legend Dykstra in Atlantic City in September

His short temper has since carried a long way, as Morgan was scheduled to box against Mets legend Dykstra in Atlantic City in September

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