George Zimmerman — the man found not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin — was punched in the face after bragging about the 2012 incident in a Gators Riverside restaurant in Sanford, Florida over the weekend.
According to the 911 call obtained by WFTV ABC 9, Zimmerman tells the dispatcher that a customer punched him in the face so hard it broke his glasses.
A customer allegedly attacked the 32-year-old for bragging about killing Martin.
“He recognized me,” he says. “He told me he was going to kill me. He told me he’d (expletive) shoot me and he punched me in the face.”
Then Zimmerman asks for police assistance after the dispatcher asked if the assailant was still there.
“Yup. He said he’s going to kill me,” he replies. “You need to send like three or four cops.”
Zimmerman also shamelessly admits to the dispatcher that he was telling customers about killing the young man.
“I love your tattoos. My name is George Zimmerman, you know, that guy who killed Trayvon Martin?”
Then Zimmerman showed his identification card to the customers, ABC 9 reports.
Other restaurant-goers told reporters that Zimmerman was not the victim and he started the incident.
However, the unnamed assailant will face charges.