Man arrested after TikTok exposes homophobic and racist In-N-Out rant

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Man arrested after TikTok exposes homophobic and racist In-N-Out rant

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A Colorado man was taken into custody Monday after a TikTok video exposed him spewing homophobic and racist remarks inside a California In-N-Out Burger.

Jordan Krah was arrested by police on at least two counts of committing a hate crime, according to the San Ramon Police Department.

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Krah issued the remarks Saturday, according to a press release.

“On Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, an adult male and an adult female of Asian descent were filming a TikTok video inside the In-N-Out Burger,” the release read.

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“During their meal, a male suspect approached the victims unprovoked and engaged in a homophobic and racist rant, causing the victims to fear for their safety.”

The victims have been identified as Arine Kim and her friend, Elliot Ha.

Krah, 40, called them “weird homosexuals” before threatening to spit in Ha’s face and making homophobic statements.

“See you outside in a minute,” Krah said in the video.

Due to the threats, Ha and Kim waited until closing to leave the restaurant and were escorted to their vehicle.

“San Ramon Police Chief Denton Carlson became aware of the wide-spread video and reached out on social media accounts in an attempt to identify the victims and the suspect,” the release read. “Following contact with the victims, a criminal investigation was initiated by San Ramon Police Detectives.”

“During the afternoon of Monday, Dec. 26, 2022, San Ramon Police Officers located and arrested Jordan Douglas Krah, a 40-year-old resident of Denver, Colorado.”

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Krah remains in custody at the Martinez Detention Facility.

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