This story made Forbes .. CNN.... incredible, people still doing this nonsense! By Rachel Sandler Forbes Staff I cover breaking news. Wesly Michel, a black engineer at Dictionary.com, caught a white man on camera calling the police as Michel was waiting for a friend. FACEBOOK SCREENSHOT Update 7/9/19 4:28 p.m. PST: The employee, Christopher Cukor, has since apologized in a Medium post responding to the incident. He acknowledged the fraught history of white people calling the police on black people for trivial reasons, but did not say he was acting out of any sort of racial bias. “I’m sorry actions caused Wesly to feel unfairly targeted due to his race,” the post reads. He said that for his “child’s safety, my safety and that of the building, I felt it was necessary to get help in this situation. Furthermore, I’ve encountered trespassers in my building and we’ve been robbed several times. This is not uncommon in San Francisco and the bad actors are all different colors.” Read Cukor's full post here. Topline: A white YouTube employee was filmed calling the police on a black man waiting for a friend inside the doorway of an apartment building in San Francisco, the latest viral incident depicting a white person calling the police on a black person for ordinary or inconsequential activities. The video was recorded and posted on Facebook on the Fourth of July by Wesly Michel, a black software engineer at Dictionary.com, according to his LinkedIn profile. Cukor, works in Device Partnerships at YouTube, according to his LinkedIn profile.