MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - An upset man caused a chaotic scene at a clothing store in South Beach.

Cellphone video showed the irate customer as he yelled and cursed inside the Forever 21 store located at 701 Lincoln Road, Sunday.

The man threw objects at employees and knocked over racks of clothes.

Miami Beach Police officers responded to the store and shocked the angry shopper with a stun gun sending him to the ground.

Officers then handcuffed the man on the ground before they walked him out of the store.

On Monday, the man by the name of Andre Smalling was ordered to stay away from the shop and the victims by a judge in Miami-Dade bond court.

Cops said that Smalling was confronted by employees. He was allegedly harassing an underage worker. They said he responded by going behind the store counter before he began screaming about shooting someone.

The report said that he had grabbed a metal sign display and threw it, and the sign caused a laceration to the face of an employee before police responded.

“Thank you, I do appreciate your time and patience,” said Smallings to the judge.

Smalling faces two counts of battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. He remains at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center.

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