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LANGHORNE, Pa. (WDAF) — A video posted to YouTube has gone viral after a United States soldier is seen talking to an alleged impersonator on Black Friday.

In the video, a soldier asks the man several questions related to his rank, his uniform and his tours of duty.

However, the soldier says the man dressed in the Army Ranger uniform does not answer the questions correctly.

Eventually, the soldier calls the man out for “stolen valor,” which is an act that makes it a crime to impersonate a U.S. military member if that person benefits from doing so.

According to The Examiner, those benefits include military discounts and free meals.

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