TORONTO - A City of Toronto worker is under fire after posting an expletive-filled video of himself blasting cops as he gets ticketed for parking in a disabled spot at a North York plaza. In the video, posted on social media in August, the man lambastes Toronto Police officers for around 10 minutes as he gets ticketed outside a variety store near Lawrence Ave. E. and the Don Valley Pkwy. “You thought I was just a regular f---ing n----- out here,” the unidentified man says after pulling his City of Toronto rain gear out of his car and showing it the cop who issued the ticket. *****WARNING: RAW VIDEO -- VIEWERS MAY FIND LANGUAGE OFFENSIVE***** The man, who works for Solid Waste Management Services, said he ran into the store to buy a lottery ticket and was only parked illegally for about 45 seconds. When he returned, the city employee angrily says a police car was parked behind his vehicle prevent him from pulling out of the spot. After other cops respond to back up the first officer, who is also apparently black, the city worker turns to the parking ticket into a race issue. “I was racially profiled by another black dude,” he says with a laugh. “I’ve never been racially profiled by another black guy.” “But then again black cops are the worst. They’ve got something to prove,” the man adds. Officers can be heard talking calmly to the man throughout the encounter, attempting to de-escalate the situation, despite his repeated spewing of disparaging remarks aimed at the black officer. “You’ll never be one of them,” the city worker says. “Bleaching cream, Clorox, whatever you want to use bro; you’ll never be one of them bro.” “They’re always going to snicker about you in the lunchroom or in the privacy of their own home,” he adds. Near the end of the lengthy video, which has so far more than 57,000 views, the city employee tells officers “give me the ticket and f--- off man.” The man then has some final parting words for the officer who ticketed him. “Bye bye Uncle Tom,” he says. “Are you a little bit whiter now buddy?” City of Toronto spokesman Siobhan Ramsey confirmed the man is a Solid Waste Management Services employee and said “a comprehensive investigation” was launched after the video surfaced last Friday.