A man whose rant inside a bagel store went viral had his Twitter account suspended after he reportedly tried to sell merchandise online.
Chris Morgan, the five-foot internet sensation from Long Island, set up a Twitter handle called @BagelBossNan and posted pictures of himself, with one of his Tweets advertising t-shirts, the New York Daily News reported.
'Available now: Bagel Boss Tshirts, #NewProfilePic #BagelBossMan #bagelguy#bagelboss #bagel #ChrisMorgan Message for pricing,' the tweet read.
Chris Morgan, (pictured), who became an internet sensation after his rant against women at a Bagel Boss restaurant went viral, had his Twitter account suspended after he reportedly used it to sell his own merchandise
An image on the Twitter account suggested that the shirts are available in gray, black and white.
A message sent to @BagelBossMan asking about the shirts was not returned before the account was suspended, according to the Daily News.
In an interview earlier this month, Morgan said he was enjoying his newfound notoriety since video of his meltdown at a Long Island, New York, bagel shop went viral.
Chris Morgan is making the most of his new-found fame and has posted several videos and images of himself with different handles including #bagelbossman and #bagelguy
In an interview with DailyMail.com, Morgan said that he felt pushed to breaking point by discrimination against short people. 'I got to the point where I'd had enough,' he added.
'The girls hate me, they don't like me, that's fine,' he added. Now I have a mission. 'I'm not stopping and the world is going to hear me. I want equality for everybody. '
But the divorced cleaning company owner, who has no children, said he resented women, branding them 'gold diggers' because they kept dumping him 'because of his height.'
He said: 'I'm sick of getting constantly lied to and used on dates. And then they dump me. They tell me I'm too short,' he explained.