Credit Suisse director is fired after being caught on camera attacking waiters at a Koreatown restaurant in NYC because they refused to let him use the bathroom at 2am
- Roman Cambell stumbled into Shanghai Mong at 1.52am on Saturday June 4
- He demanded to use the restroom but staff refused and said it was only for customers
- Cambell lashed out, smacking the female restaurant owner’s phone from her hand
- He then punched a Hispanic male waiter who tried to fight him off
- Cambell has now been fired from his information and media services role at the bank
- It’s unclear if he will face any assault charges for the drunken outburst
- Cambell told The New York Post he was acting in self-defense after the waiter ‘sprained his thumb’
- The Columbia University grad has scrubbed his social media and LinkedIn pages
A Credit Suisse director has been fired after being filmed attacking waiters at a Korean restaurant because they refused to let him use the bathroom after he stumbled in drunk at 2am.
Roman Cambell was fired from his media and information services role at the bank this week after footage of the incident was shared on social media by the restaurant owner’s daughter.
The Columbia University graduate told The New York Post on Saturday that he doesn’t think he did anything wrong, and that he was ‘provoked’ by one of the waiters ‘spraining his thumb’.
The damning footage shows him arriving at Shanghai Mong, an Asian fusion restaurant in Koreatown, on Saturday June 4 at 1.52am and demanding to be allowed inside to use the bathroom.
At first, the female restaurant owner politely told him that the restrooms were for customers only.
Roman Cambell has been fired after being filmed attacking waiters at a restaurant in Koreatown on June 4
He began recording her on his phone while she spoke.
When she pulled her phone out, he smacked it out of her hand and then barged his way into the back of the restaurant.
A male Hispanic waiter who tried to stop him was struck and ended up bleeding from the head.
The owner’s daughter posted surveillance footage of the incident on TikTok and Instagram, asking for the public’s help in finding him.
On Saturday, she told DailyMail.com that her mother suffered back pain after being pushed by Cambell.
‘Everyone in the restaurants doing okay. My mom’s lower back was in pain for a few days because she was pushed by Roman.
‘She got pushed into some clothes hangers behind our counter. The waiter is okay but his forehead has some bruising after getting punched and his finger has a scab that’s healing up.
Cambell stormed into Shanghai Mong on June 4 at 1.52am demanding to use the bathroom
When the female owner refused him, he stormed his way through to the back of the restaurant
Eventually, he was forced out of the restaurant after smacking one of the waiters in the head
The restaurant in Koreatown where he walked in and demanded to use the bathroom
‘My mother and the waiter are mentally healing now because this was very traumatizing for them,’ she said.
In her first post about the incident, she said: ‘My parents work 7 days a week and they haven’t taken a vacation in 6 years.
‘When the cops came they just talked to the guy and walked away. Our waiter’s forehead was bleeding after the guy hit his head.
‘He grabbed my moms phone to break it and he didn’t get charged for anything,’ she said.
The owner’s daughter shared footage of the incident on TikTok and Instagram and asked for help to find the banker
The restaurant owner’s daughter who shared footage of the incident on social media