Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was caught on camera shaving while eating at an airport restaurant in a video that has been viewed more than 1 million times.
The bizarre clip, taken on Sunday, showed the embattled Giuliani grooming himself while sitting at a restaurant at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
When sharing the video to social media, Rapaport said: “Look at Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York, you filthy, nasty, sloppy, disgusting, filthy, f****** animal.”
He later added: “Shaving yourself in public? You f****** pig. You should be ashamed of yourself. Lock him up.”
The video was originally taken by Nick Weiss, who said he spotted Giuliani at the Delta One Lounge at about 5:30 p.m., where the former mayor had been digging into a bowl of lobster bisque.
He told Mailonline.com: “It took him 15 minutes to have one bowl of soup because every time he’d bring the spoon up to his mouth, half would fall back into the soup. It was disgusting.”
Moments later, Giuliani pulled out a razor and used a tablet camera to shave, Weiss told the outlet.
It was not immediately clear why former President Donald Trump‘s ex-personal lawyer chose to shave at the restaurant instead of making use of the New York airport’s toilets.
People took to social media to share their thoughts, most being of disgust, about Giuliani’s decision to groom himself in a restaurant.
Star Wars legend Mark Hamill shared a tweet, which simply included the sick face emoji.
Actress and comedian Mo Collins shared the exact same emoji in her reaction tweet to Giuliani’s behavior.
Actor George Hahn simply added: “Vomitus Maximus.”
Embattled Giuliani is facing mounting legal fees over a defamation lawsuit after he pushed conspiracy theories about the Dominion Voting Systems used in the 2020 presidential election.
His law license in Washington, D.C., was suspended due to his role in litigation surrounding the election.
Giuliani was also suspended from practicing law in New York state after he made “demonstrably false and misleading” statements against the law integrity of the election.
In a bid to raise funds, Giuliani joined Cameo, a social media site that allows creators, namely celebrities, to deliver messages for a fee.
Newsweek has contacted Giuliani’s legal representative for comment.