A busker has apologised publicly after he was filmed ranting at a fellow street performer.
The incident has been posted on the internet and now the busker says he's become the victim of online abuse.
Gary Millhouse from Bath says he deeply regrets losing his temper and would like to meet the man he shouted at to apologise face to face.
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