NORTHRIDGE (CBS) — A video of CSUN student behaving erratically in the university’s library has gone viral after another student posted it on Facebook.

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Monroe Ashley claims the young woman in the video melted down because she thought other students in the library were breathing too loudly as they studied for finals.

“Okay this isn’t a scary movie, you need to calm your dramatic a** down,” someone can be heard telling the upset student at the beginning of the video, which was first picked up by Gawker.

The woman, who was walking back to her study area, then turns around and spits out, “Don’t you tell me that. It’s rude and disrespectful, okay? It’s finals right now. Please, respect!”

“Oh, hell no” the same person responds as the woman begins to walk away, which prompts her to turn around again, cross her arms and head back to the other students’ table.

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“What’s wrong with you? What is wrong with you? What is wrong with all of you,” she says, waving her hands in a circular motion, implying that she’s upset with everyone in the library. “What is wrong with all of you?”

“You’re being louder than all of us,” someone interjects.

“I am not being louder than you, am I?” she screams. “Am I talking like this? Can you please just stop talking?”

She then continues to shout as she repeatedly slams her hand or books onto her desk.

Other CSUN students took to Twitter, saying it got much worse after the 90-second video ended. One user joked that it’s “that time of the semester again.”

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So far, the video has been shared more than 3,000 times on Facebook.