NEW YORK (KXAN) - Maybe the kangaroo who made his way into an airport's pharmacy in Melbourne, Australia, could lend this guy some happy pills from the pharmacy there.
This trending video shows a crazed New Yorker who refuses to let a poor man play his trumpet in the streets of the city.
The self-professed NYU film school grad asks the trumpeter if he's any kind of artist or if anyone knows who he is before going on to yell about everyone else wanting to enjoy the peace and quiet.
"An artist respects the silence that serves as the foundation for creativity," yells the man, a preface to the slew of name-calling he does.
Either way, Grumpy Gils has hit a very, very sour note.
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