New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner got into a heated exchange with a voter on Wednesday.
A video of the exchange was posted to YouTube by user jacob kornbluh, who notes that the exchange took place "during campaign stop in Borough Park."
"You wait until I walk out to say anything? That's courage. That's courage," Weiner says at the start of the video, yelling into the business he's seen leaving.
After he's approached by the man from inside the business, Weiner gets defensive.
"What rabbi taught you you're my judge?" Weiner repeatedly says to the man, who is Jewish.
"You're fine," the man says. "You talk to God and work out your problems, but stay out of the public eye."
"Go visit with your rabbi," Weiner says during the exchange that follows.
"Your ignorance is being shown to the entire world," Weiner continues.
Weiner commented on the incident in a tweet Wednesday afternoon:
.@RossBarkan if by melt down you mean stood up to a heckler. Yep. Did that. That's what Mayors have to do sometimes.
— Anthony Weiner (@anthonyweiner) September 4, 2013
Watch the video above.
UPDATE -- 5:07 p.m.: The Weiner campaign emailed a different video of the exchange, where the man involved in the argument with Weiner can be heard calling him a "scumbag" and saying the candidate is "married to an Arab."
Watch the extended video below: