PS : Merci à Stéphane B. qui nous a judicieusement signalé cette incroyable vidéo.
A video showing a black female student harrassing a white male student over his dreadlocks - telling him "it's my culture" - has been viewed more than one million times.
Posted online, the 47-second clip begins by showing the female San Francisco State University (SFSU) student ask another black male student, who appears to support her views, if he has a pair of scissors, supposedly so that she can cut the dreadlocks.
The white student, identified by local news site SF Weekly as Cory Goldstein, defends his hairstyle and asks the female student: “You’re saying I can’t have a hairstyle because of your culture. Why?”
She is heard to reply: “Because it’s my culture.”
Mr Goldstein then insists the hairstyle has its origins in Egypt, asking her if she’s Egyptian.
She then asks Mr Goldstein if he is Egyptian, going on to repeatedly ask: “Where is Egypt?”
When Mr Goldstein attempts to walk away from the situation to walk up a set of stairs, his path is blocked and he is pushed back and prevented from leaving as the female student continues to accuse him of cultural appropriation.
Some online users suggest the video appears staged, although others insist it is clear it is genuine.