Black U.S. Soldier Told to 'Stay Away From Those White Women' in Video

A video of someone hurling abuse, including racist and homophobic comments, at four men who appear to be U.S. soldiers has gone viral on social media.

The two clips were shared on Twitter on Wednesday by user Havoc Six, and the first video has so far been viewed more than 800,000 times.

Four individuals, all wearing army camouflage uniforms with an American flag on them, are seen walking through a shopping center that is allegedly in Poland.

The individual recording the video repeatedly attempts to antagonize the soldiers and insists they aren't welcome in Poland. Newsweek hasn't been able to independently verify where the footage was taken or when it occurred.

User Havoc Six, who is a U.S. Army Engineer and Captain, according to his Twitter bio, praised the soldiers for not engaging with the person recording, despite their frustrations.

"Leadership. Just a little bit ago, this video popped on my feed. It shows a man hurling racist insults and other comments towards a group of U.S. Army Soldiers, presumably somewhere in Poland," the Twitter user wrote as a caption.

As a caption for the second video, which has been viewed almost 200,000 times, he wrote:" The second part of the video includes the use of extremely racist terms, so watch with caution. But rather than focusing on the words, watch the soldiers."

After being confronted by the person recording, the four men walk away and refrain from engaging.

The man recording can be heard saying: "Keep Poland white, okay?

"Stay away from those white women. Hey, stay away from those white women."

At this point, the Black soldier appears to turn around to confront the man, but the soldier next to him pats him on the back and the pair continue to ignore the provocations.

Later on in the video, the man recording chases after the soldiers as they reach the shopping center exit and continues to harass them.

He continued: "You are in a white country now, we don't worship n****** and Mexicans."

The other soldier then pauses and appears to turn to confront the man recording only for the Black soldier to pat him on the back and lead him away.

The U.S. Army's director of media relations, Terence Kelley, spoke to Newsweek about the footage and said U.S. Army officials are currently reviewing the video's authenticity.

In addition, he added: "The U.S. Army expects all Soldiers to abide by the Army Values, on duty and off.

"We commend all Soldiers who demonstrate discipline and restraint when confronted by provocative behavior."

Newsweek has contacted the U.S. ambassador to Poland's office for comment.

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A file photo of the American flag attached to a military uniform. Video clips of a man apparently harassing U.S. soldiers with insults and racist comments has gone viral. Getty