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A Vietnam veteran claiming to be a missionary assaulted hotel workers in Uganda in a very ungodly display where he called the employees the n-word and threw punches in the name of ‘Jesus’.

Jimmy L. Taylor’s angry tirade was caught on camera and he was arrested soon afterwards and charged with assault and malicious damage for his attack at the Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala on Thursday.

The article goes on to state the following:

Video of the 69-year-old’s attack has gone viral displaying the Arizona man, seemingly drunk, jump over the hotel front desk to smash glasses and insult workers, all because he wanted to get his room key.

He told police he is a former marine and is a missionary.

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The following video captured the entire incident. Offensive language included.

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