A Chilean woman has claimed she was called a 'b***** foreigner' and told to go 'back to her country' by a racist thug in a Sainsbury's.
Francisca Luco, who says she has lived in Tonbridge, Kent, for 30 years, wrote that she burst into tears after the incident yesterday in an emotional Facebook post.
The teacher claims the man launched the racially abusive tirade after she attempted to reclaim her spot in the queue at the check-out after leaving momentarily to grab another item.
Ms Luco, who is originally from Santiago in Chile, told the tale in a public post on Facebook after photographing the man who she claims was racist towards her, which has since been 'liked' 80 times.
She wrote: 'Today in Sainsbury['s] this man attempted to jump my turn in the till when I picked some tights 4 meters away from the things that I was buying.
'When I told him very politely that I was there and he heard my accent, he told me "bloody foreigners , far too many in this country. You should go back to your country".
'I told him that he was a racist and he was not having my place... after I burst into tears.
'This was my first direct encounter with racism in [the] many years that I have lived in the UK. I felt upset and angry so I took his photo so I can remember this man!!
It is not known at which Sainsbury's the incident is alleged to have taken place.
Dozens of friends have shared the post and comforted Ms Luco in the comments.
One said she was 'so ashamed of my country,' while another called the man a 'mean human being as well as a racist'.