A video of a maskless woman harassing an employee at Arby's, arguing with him about the constitutional rights after he refused to serve her, has gone viral.

The video, which was shared on TikTok by charcoaldeath, who appears to be an Arby’s employee attempting to uphold the franchise’s mask mandate has received more than 1.5 million views since it was posted Monday, reported Daily Dot.

The video begins by showing a maskless White lady standing in front of the till while an employee who records her says: “Ma’am. Please leave our store, If you don't want to wear a mask, please leave." The woman then asks: “Why did you suddenly get emotional with me talking so calmly,” to which the man replies that he does not want to have any more conversation.

The maskless woman then proceeds with asking for his name and taking a photo of his badge while the man offers to write his name and position down on a slip of paper for her. Even after the employee repeatedly asks her to leave, pointing out the mask mandate that is posted on the restaurant door, she stands there arguing with him that she is not contagious.

At one point during the argument, the woman even asks the employee to call the police as she believes it is her constitutional right to be there. “The constitution does protect my right to come to this place that is open to the public,” she says. She also threatens the employee that if he posts her video on social media, he will be breaking the law.

In a follow-up video posted by the Tiktoker, the woman could be seen confronting a customer who records her and argues with him that he should be learning the law. The employee could be heard repeatedly asking her, "Please leave ma'am," while holding the door open for her.

The video has raised serious online discussions about customers troubling employees who are trying to enforce the mask mandate.

"What is the point in trying to force someone who follows their store policies. He is not the owner and he can lose his job," a viewer commented. "She is there to cause trouble, end of the story," another said. Many viewers also observed that the employee was polite in handling the situation with repeated "please."

Arby's bought Buffalo Wild Wings in a transaction that's valued at $2.9 billion. An SUV is pictured sitting at the pick-up window of an Arby's restaurant December 13, 2002 in Des Plaines, Illinois. Getty Images