The moment an angry shopper confronts one of the police officers charged with the murder of George Floyd has been recorded on camera. J Alexander Keung, 26, was seen shopping at a Cubs Food store at Plymouth, Minnesota just a day after he was released from Hennepin County jail on $750,000 bail.
In the footage, a woman at the store recorded the moment Keung walks past her before she confronts him.
She asks for his name before he responds: "Oh yeah, that's me."
The woman replied with: "So it is you. So you're out of prison and you're comfortably shopping in Cub Foods as if you didn't do anything?"
Keung, who was holding a packet of Oreos, argued he wasn't shopping 'comfortably', adding he was shopping for 'necessities'. The angry shopper then replied: "I don't think you should have that right. I don't think you should be out on bail."
Keung then said he can "understand that" before adding "I'm sorry you feel that way".
The former police officer then walks away to queue and pay for his items, but the woman continued to confront him.
"No you're not sorry!" she said. "You're literally out here, comfortably as if you didn't kill that man? Did you think people weren't going to recognize you?
"You don't have the right to be here. You killed somebody in cold blood. You do not have the right to be here.
"You’re not going to be able to comfortably go around Minnesota like this," she added.
"I pulled up the picture. I knew it was you," she continues, before loudly identifying Keung to other shoppers.
Keung was one of four officers charged in connection with the death of Mr Floyd, who died when he was knelt on for several minutes despite shouting: "I can't breathe."
He is due back in court on June 29.
Thomas Lane, 37, another ex-officer charged over the killing, was released on bail on Wednesday.
Tou Thao, who also faces aiding and abetting charges, and Derek Chauvin remain in jail.
Chauvin has been charged with second-degree murder and faces up to 40 years in prison.
The accused was sacked, along with the other three men involved in Mr Floyd's arrest, shortly after the shocking video clip emerged online.
Chauvin's bail was set at over $1.25m last week.
According to defence lawyers, Kueng was a rookie policeman who was only on his third shift on the night of Mr Floyd's arrest. He and Lane had answered a call about a man using a counterfeit $20 bill at the Cup Foods store at about 8.08 pm on May 25.
The ex-officers then handcuffed Mr Floyd, who had been sitting in a nearby car, and attempted to put him in their vehicle before Chauvin and Thao came to assist. Footage of the arrest shows bystanders pleading with the officers as Lane restrains the unarmed black man's legs as he lays stomach down in the street, while Kueng holds onto his back.
Mr Floyd's death has sparked protests worldwide and shed light on ongoing racial injustices in society.