“If you’re looking for the short guy who is angry, he’s around the corner fighting with the homeless people.”
The Long Island bagel shop customer whose viral rant about dating woes turned into a brawl was easy to find on Thursday — as a Bay Shore local pointed The Post to where he was waging new battles with his perceived enemies.
Chris Morgan — the 5-foot-nothing star of Bagel Boss meltdown fame — also has a lot in common with Matt Foley, Chris Farley’s rage-filled “SNL” motivational speaker.
The 45-year-old cleaning business owner lives in a van down by the river. Or in this case, down by the bay.
Nino’s Deli lets him park his red, 2008 Chrysler Town & Country minivan/mobile home in its parking lot and use its restroom.
Morgan, who is divorced, told The Post he lost his cool Wednesday while waiting for his breakfast sandwich because the female workers were “giggling” and “acting like they were in high school.”
“It’s about belittlement, what she was doing! Giggling, all this crap!” an agitated Morgan said.
“Being used by women, going on dates, they lie, say they like me and then use me for my money!”
Morgan appeared to be relishing in his newfound notoriety after a video of the bizarre encounter received more than 50,000 retweets on Twitter.
“I’m famous. A bunch of famous people are looking at my video,” he said.
The bloviating bagel basher also likened himself to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — and said the rant seen ‘round the world has suddenly changed his luck with the ladies.
“I got girls hitting on me I don’t even know,” he said.
But others who live in the parking lot were quick to knock him down a peg. Dawn, a homeless woman drinking a beer, said of Morgan: “He has a Napoleon complex real bad. He thinks he’s on top of the world.”
Other meltdowns surfaced Thursday on his YouTube channel, which was filled with videos of himself unleashing rage at 7-Eleven workers, law enforcement and neighbors over his insecurities about his 5-foot stature.
Morgan said that he already filed a police report and wants charges filed against the man seen in the video knocking him to the ground.
“I’m going to be pressing charges eventually,” Morgan told The Post.