A Georgia doctor believes he was racially profiled by a bank employee who called the cops on him because she assumed he was there to rob the establishment.

According to told local station WSB-TV, Anthony Onyegbula was waiting to open an account at the United Community Bank in Stockbridge, Ga., with his wife when he stepped outside to call her. But the bank teller locked him out of the building and called police.

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“They said I was suspicious, I was wearing a hat, and they thought I wanted to rob the bank, and I was like, ‘What?’” recalled Onyegbula, who treats cancer patients in suburban Atlanta of Henry County. “Until it happens to you, you never know what it feels like.”

In the the 911 audio, which was obtained by the news station, the employee can be heard describing the physician as a menacing character to authorities.

“He went to the front door and he’s been on his phone, and, I, um, called from my phone to tell the employees to lock the front door,” she tells the dispatcher. “He’s been on his phone out front, and we have no cars out in the parking lot.”

“He’s a walker, so I feel like he’s up to no good,” she added.