It's a video that's now been seen worldwide, several people in a Westport used car business berating a pizza delivery driver. The argument was over an alleged tip the driver was forced to return.

After a social media firestorm erupted this week, the sales manager of F&R Auto Sales on Route 6 is now apologizing for the actions that took place during that verbal altercation.

Sales Manager Gary Baptista says he's in the process of smoothing things over with the driver.

Baptista says he and the acting owner of F&R Auto Sales are going to have lunch with the driver, Jarrid Tansey on Friday and provide him with a several-hundred-dollar tip.

The female saleswoman in the video has been fired. Batista says the man who originally posted the video was a private IT expert and not an employee of F&R Auto Sales. He says no more business will be conducted with that man.

FULL INTERVIEW HERE: 

WBSM's Taylor Cormier sat down with Sales Manager Gary Baptista and Acting Owner Dillon Carreiro to discuss the events of the past week.