Rejected Bagel Man Says He's "Modern Day Martin Luther King" For Short Men

The 5-foot-tall man who caused a scene in a bagel shop for feeling rejected by women for his height says he's glad the video of him has gone viral.

According to the Daily Mail says Chris Morgan, who can be seen ranting in the dramatic video below, is enjoying his fifteen minutes of fame and said he'd reached a breaking point by discrimination against short people.

In a "rambling" interview with the publication, the 45-year-old Long Islander says he sees himself as a "prophet" and "modern day Martin Luther King" for people his height, and he's calling for equality for smaller men.

"I got to the point where I'd had enough," he said. "The girls hate me, they don't like me, that's fine. I'm not stopping and the world is going to hear me. I want equality for everybody."

"I'm sick of getting constantly lied to and used on dates," he continued. "And then they dump me. They tell me I'm too short."

Morgan said he got married in 2007 only to get divorced just five years later because he was "tired of the immaturity."

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