Jimmy Kimmel interviews viral video star about FroYo attack

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – The man who declared “I don’t like mens no more” at a church service in a widely circulated YouTube video appeared on a late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss about his recent confrontation at a University City FroYo.

That confrontation ended with the cashier at the FroYo hurling frozen yogurt at him.

The customer, Andrew Caldwell, said he was trying to get a discount on his yogurt, and claimed the cashier called him a homosexual slur. Security video from the business shows Caldwell throwing money at a cashier. Seconds later, the cashier throws the bowl of frozen yogurt.

“It’s a good thing you didn’t order hot fudge, huh? That could’ve been really bad,” host Jimmy Kimmel said.

“Right, my skin would’ve been burnt,” Caldwell said.

The cashier, Stephanie Diaz, was charged with third-degree assault. Diaz denies calling Caldwell a homosexual slur, adding that she is gay.

Kimmel said his show contacted her to appear on the program, but her lawyers declined.

“Will you be writing a negative Yelp review of the store?” Kimmel said.

“Yes, I will,” Caldwell said, adding that he plans to sue the FroYo store.

When asked how much he thinks he should get for his troubles, Caldwell plainly responded, “a couple million.”

“That’s a lot of toppings,” Kimmel quipped.

From there, the conversation shifted to Caldwell’s infamous 2014 viral video.