Mr. N., a man of Vietnamese origin, is involved in a car accident that he did not cause. Another car hit him from behind. The person who caused the accident, Mr. A., gets out of his car and accuses Mr. N. of being a bad driver. Mr. N. defends himself and emphasises that he himself is not guilty, because he has properly followed the rules of the road. Then the Mr. A. starts to insult Mr. N. in an aggressive tone with the words, “Where did you learn to drive, monkey?” Despite Mr. N.’s efforts to calm him down to discuss the matter calmly, Mr. A. continues to talk aggressively to him and insult him in a racist way, using the word “Fiji” several times. Mr. N. feels offended and hurt.