White House senior adviser Stephen Miller was so outraged when a bartender gave him both middle fingers that he dumped $80 worth of sushi in the trash, according to a report published Monday.
Miller, 32, was picking up a takeout order from a restaurant near his City Center apartment in Washington, DC, when the barman followed him out into the street and shouted, “Stephen!” before making the rude gesture and cursing him out.
The incident made Miller feel a little raw — so he immediately threw out his pricey meal, he later told co-workers, according to the Washington Post report.
In another encounter, a stranger shouted “Better be better!” at Miller as he walked through Dupont Circle a few months ago, the report said.
Miller, who is the architect of President Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, also appeared on “wanted” posters someone placed on lampposts surrounding his apartment building.
In June, he was called a “fascist” by a patron at a Mexican restaurant, two days before protesters interrupted Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as she was having dinner in a different Mexican eatery.
This story originally published on The New York Post.