Chick-Fil-A foe Adam Smith was fired after he posted a video of himself harassing a drive-thru employee.

The fast-food chain made headlines this week as eateries across the nation faced demonstrations in opposition to and in support of CEO Dan Cathy's recent comments that his company supports groups opposed to gay marriage.

In Tucson, Smith recorded himself harassing a Chick-Fil-A drive-thru worker named Rachel who remained calm and polite throughout.

“Chick-Fil-A is a hateful corporation,” he told Rachel as she filled his order for a “free” water designed as a protest to take money away from Chick-Fil-A.

“I disagree,” said Rachel. “I wouldn't treat any of our customers differently.”

“I know,” Smith replied, “but I don't believe corporations should be giving money to hateful groups.”

“I don't know how you live with yourself and work here. I don't understand it. This is a horrible corporation with horrible values. You deserve better,” Smith added.

Smith's employer, Vante, said in a statement that it regrets the “unfortunate events that transpired yesterday in Tucson between our former CFO/Treasurer Adam Smith and an employee at Chick-Fil-A. Mr. Smith is no longer an employee with the company. We respect the right of our employees and all Americans to hold and express their personal opinions, however, we also expect our company officers to behave in a manner commensurate with their position.”

In a second video, Smith apologized to Rachel, saying he was “blown away” by her kindness and patience. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)