Veteran Ryan Berk busts a fake army ranger at a mall in Pennsylvania and records the whole thing. According to the New York Daily News, Berk was shopping with his girlfriend and her son on Black Friday when he saw a man standing in camouflage. Berk, who served in Afghanistan in the 101st Airborne, whipped out his cell phone and approached the man, knowing he wasn't a real military member.
Berk told the unidentified man that he wanted his boy to meet a soldier. It didn't take long for Berk to call the guy's bluff. He introduced himself as a veteran of war, and totally ridiculed the guy.
"Stolen valor at its finest. Why don't you just admit that you're a phony?" Berk said to the man while filming.
The veteran who busted the fake army ranger posted the video on the Stolen Valor Facebook page, which is dedicated to outing military imposters. The video was posted on Nov. 28, and already has over 2 million views.
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