Since humans apparently never learn from our mistakes, yet another woman has blown up her entire life after being recorded freaking out at complete strangers on public transport, yelling at them to “get the ---- out” of the United States.

The woman, who appears to be intoxicated in the three-minute-long video, accosted a group of German tourists on a New York train, shouting at them, “Let’s not let immigrants take up our country… How about you get the ---- out of our country?” The woman’s boyfriend can be heard desperately pleading with her in the background, saying, “Brie, don’t do this, you could be arrested,” while trying to convince her that the tourists were minding their business and not trying to start anything.

She continues to berate the group anyway, ignoring her boyfriend, who eventually tells her, “Stop this right now, go sit down or I’m never going to talk to you again.” The Germans, for their part, took the entire incident in stride, with only one of them standing up and briefly looking annoyed before sitting back down moments later.

Once the couple are seated, the woman’s boyfriend can be heard telling her, “I’m an immigrant too, you know that right?” As if it could somehow get any worse! As one Redditor put it, “That interaction gave me 2nd hand embarrassment for her soon ex boyfriend.” Many others agreed, and expressed hope that he would stick to his word and never talk to her again.

While it’s unclear if the couple are still together, the Daily Mail has reported that the woman has been identified and fired by her employer. Her former employer told the New York Post, “Our company has a zero-tolerance policy around prejudicial or discriminatory behavior. After conducting a review of the circumstances, we acted immediately and terminated the employee in question. The former employee’s actions and words are not representative of Capital Rx, and we offer our sincerest apology to those who were hurt.”

The woman has not yet spoken to the media, and has — but of course — deactivated her social media profiles.