Torrance police have identified a woman they believe is involved in a series of verbal, racially laced rants directed at people of Asian descent. Police are looking for Lena Hernandez, 56, possibly of Long Beach, police said Friday, a day after a video went viral on Twitter that showed a woman cursing and screaming racial epithets at a woman who identified herself as Filipino-American as she filmed her exercise routine. The verbal tirades span thee incidents, one dating back to October at Del Amo Fashion Center, which included a physical altercation, and two more recently on the same day at Wilson Park, a popular workout spot, said Torrance Police Chief Eve Berg. My friend was threatened in Wilson Park in Torrance, California today while she was working out in a public park by a Karen. She now does not feel safe to exercise in the park because of this.
Caught On Video: Woman Unleashes Racist Tirade At Asian Woman Doing Stair Exercises In Torrance
Police identify California woman in video of verbal tirade at Asian woman
A woman who gained notoriety making racist, anti-Asian comments to a woman exercising at Wilson Park in Torrance on Wednesday went viral again Thursday in another screaming social media confrontation. Our friend and attorney just sent us this video of a very racist and extremely disturbed old lady going off on him while his kids are in the car It is believed that Wednesday, this same woman accosted and threatened violence against another woman who was working out on a set of stairs at Wilson Park. Ron Salary of the Torrance Police Department. Andrew J.
A woman is captured on video harassing a Filipino American woman exercising in a park
The confrontation happened just after 9 a. Wednesday at Wilson Park in Torrance, according to a Facebook post that included three videos. One second video showed the woman going up, then back down the stairs in close proximity to another woman who was using the stairs to exercise. The exercising woman has asked to be identified only as Sherry.
A Chinese woman who lost it at Hong Kong's international airport after missing her flight has become the latest YouTube sensation with over half a million views. The doors to the woman's flight had already closed, so Cathay Pacific wouldn't let her board. As a result she threw a three-minute tantrum screaming, "I want to go, I want to go" in Cantonese. Her original flight was bound for San Francisco, the airline said it put her on a later flight to Los Angeles. According to Reuters, the incident occurred earlier this month, but the video didn't make it to YouTube until late last week and by Monday, the "woman going insane after missing her flight video" had over , hits.