A man punched a female reporter in the face for asking a question during the Women's March in Canada on Saturday.
Rebel Media uploaded the expletive-filled video on Sunday.
Women took to the streets across Canada to join in solidarity with the hundreds of thousands of women who marched in Washington, D.C. to oppose Donald Trump's presidency.
The man first flipped off the camera when the reporter approached.
"Wait, so what did you say, it would be feminist–" the reporter started to ask, before being cut off.
"No," the man said.
"Do I seem unreasonable?" she asked.
"You do seem unreasonable," he said. "You're full of shit."
The woman asked another man, "Am I coming off as pleasant right now?"
"Absolutely," he replied.
The first man rolled his eyes and turned away from the camera and the female reporter.
The second man stepped in and tried to speak to the angry individual.
"We're just trying to have a conversation there," the second man said.
The first man turned around and told them to go away.
"Go away," he said. "Get out of my fucking face. I will break your camera. You don't have the right to–"
Before he finished the sentence, he punched the woman.
The camera took a blow, too.
"You don't have the right to film me [inaudible]," he said as a woman stepped in and tried to de-escalate the situation.
"Yes she does," another man said.
"Yeah I do," she said back to the man who hit her.
Another person stepped in and told the woman who was just hit to calm down. She said she was trying to de-escalate the situation and make sure nothing more happened.
"Don't tell me to calm down, he just hit me in the face," she said.
The woman said that since she had video of the incident, she would go to the police.
"Yeah, exactly, I'm going to security next," she said.