LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A black Air Force veteran says he was racially harassed and spat upon by employees at a Best Buy store in Sherman Oaks, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday.

Andre Bogan alleges in the suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court that he was assaulted by a Best Buy employee at the store in June 2014, and a week later an employee used the loudspeaker to say, “The big black dude is here. Check his bag. He stole something.”

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While checking out, the store manager is said to have told Bogan she needed to check his bag, saying, “Your people steal a lot, so I need to check your bag,” according to the suit.

The manager, identified in the complaint only as Angie Doe, also is a defendant in the case.

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Bogan says the 2014 incident kept him away from the store, but during a return visit in April 2015, employees accused him of using a disabled stall in the men’s restroom, the suit states. That’s when Bogan alleges one of the employees spat on him.

According to the suit, Bogan – who says he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder because of his military service, along with other medical problems – is legally permitted to use accommodations for disabled people.

A Best Buy representative could not be immediately reached for comment.

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