A white woman held a black mum and her teenage daughter at gunpoint after they accused her of being racist in a horrifying confrontation caught on camera.
Victim Takelia Hill filmed the incident in which a pistol was pointed at her and 15-year-old Makayla in a car park outside a Chipotle restaurant in Orion, Michigan.
According to the terrified mum, the woman emerged from the vehicle with the firearm after the male driver had attempted to run her down, reports The Detroit News.
In the clip, the woman is heard saying: “Get away!”
Ms Hill then replied: “She got the gun on me, she was about to hit me with the car. Call them, get the licence plate. Get the licence plate now! Cause you were about to hit me with the car?”
The woman then said: “Don’t you f***ing jump behind my car!”, shouting repeatedly: “Get the f*** back!” pointing the gun straight at the victim.
She then walked back to the car and the pair drove away from the scene.
The woman was later arrested by police.
Speaking to the News, Makayla explained she had initially encountered the woman while attempting to enter the restaurant.
“She bumped me and I said, ‘Excuse you.’ And then she started cussing me out and saying things like I was invading her personal space.”
The schoolgirl called her mum over, who added: “I walked up on the woman yelling at my daughter.”
The next part of the altercation was caught on edited video footage.
The mum and daughter can be seen arguing with the woman, demanding she apologise.
The woman says they are preventing her from getting in her car, before the driver gets out and opens passenger door.
Ms Hill and her daughter accuse her of being “ignorant” and a “dumb a** b****”.
The man says: “Who the f*** do you guys think you are? You called her names, she did nothing to you” and Makayla can be heard saying: “You’re very racist and ignorant.”
The woman, from inside the car, then says: “You can’t just walk around calling white people racist. This is not that type of world. White people aren’t racist, no one is racist.”
The video jumps to Ms Hill behind the car as it pulls away and she appears to punch the back window.
She told the News she thought the vehicle was going to hit her so she knocked on the window.
The video, which was uploaded to Twitter, has since gained over 4.5 million views sending shockwaves across the internet.
It is not known if the woman was charged with any offences.