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A white man fights Asian actor in San Fran after kicking actor's Audi, saying it's too loud

Some said this is a racial discrimination. What do you think?

A fight between an Asian actor and a white man happened in the San Francisco Bay Area after the white man allegedly kicking the actor's Audi car because it was "too loud". 

The actor, Nan Lin, is a newly emerging Asian actor known for casting in film Ghostbox Cowboy, directed by John Maringouin. 

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The netizens who took and posted the video on the Facebook group "Bay Area Cars", wrote in the post, "So basically Asian dude got his Audi R8 kicked by [the] white dude because apparently it was ‘too loud’ lmao. Asian dude gave him that combo...tho foreal tho people think they have privileges and..."

However, the post was later deleted. 

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The incident sparked a heated discussion at the US largest forum Reddit. After watching the footage, some netizens thought that Lin had a beautiful counterattack and some thought that this was a "racial discrimination" incident. They said the white man couldn't stand seeing Asians dressed up in a decent manner and driving a luxurious car, so he would attack. Some people joked that "Lin should get into the boxing world", "Cool! Teach him a lesson" and "Respect!".