"Go back to Mexico, if you want to keep speaking Spanish," one woman said. Ricardo Castillo, a Burger King manager started a fundraiser for two women who insulted him at his restaurant.

You’ve read the stories of people blurting out racial slurs and going on prejudiced rants, but the man who experienced both at a Burger King in Eustis reacted differently than most.

Ricardo Castillo, an employee who has been with the company for 18 years was shocked when two customers became angry at him for talking to another employee in Spanish, WESH 2 reported.

In the video, one of the customers says "Go back to Mexico if you want to keep speaking Spanish. Go back to your Mexican country, or Mexican state.”

Shortly after the video got some attention online, the women wrote Castillo an apology letter.

The letter stated that the women are sisters who are both widows and are having trouble coping with the loss of their husbands. They signed the letter, “Two old, but much wiser ladies,” according to WESH 2.

"We all make mistakes, we're not perfect. When you're mad and enraged you just say something you don't really mean," Castillo told WESH 2.

He went on to create a fundraiser for the women who also mentioned that their financial troubles are part of what made them irrational at the moment they were shouting at Castillo.

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