A man recently uploaded a video on his Facebook page that showed a woman howling out racist remarks at him. In the 90-second video clip, which occurred on New Year’s Eve, the woman told Las Vegas resident Dexter Manawat to “go back to where you came from,” not long after calling him an “orange m***erf***ker.”

“Love it, love it ... you’re going to be so popular,” says Manawat, who is of Filipino descent, in the video. 

“Whatever, no one cares about you,” the unidentified woman said to him.

She’d also referred Filipinos as “orange savages,” adding that he came from “some piece of s**t Manila ass f---ing ghetto living under a tarp piece of s**t land.”

She then tells Manawat he's "too busy populating the world with more of your trashy people."

"If it weren't for Teddy Roosevelt needing a f—ing port in the Philippines, you'd be speaking Chinese or Russian now," she adds.

Manawat told a local TV station that he had never been called "orange" before. "That was a first," he said in an interview with KTNV.

The woman, who asked to remain unidentified, also spoke to KTNV. She said she regretted saying those obnoxious remarks to Manawat.

"I stooped to the lowest possible denominator to hurt someone because I was angry," she said.

She told FOX5 on Thursday that the reason for her blowout was because she was furious that his leaves were spread out on her side of the street.

Manawat eventually deleted the video off of his page Wednesday afternoon, which was shared thousands of times.  He said people were searching for the woman.

"When this video was put out, my intentions really was to reach out to my neighbor and protect my family," Manawat wrote. "As absurd as that sounds, it was hard to approach her even though she lived right across from me. I wanted to reach out to her and thru all her hatred, to tell her that how she berates me, my family, and my culture is not right. ... So, the video was put out and now what I was hoping for has happened. It has reached her. She is now aware of her wrong doings."

International Business Times has reached out to Manawat for comment.