It all went down in a Florida restaurant, no big surprise there, where the 32-year-old says he walked by a table and complimented a man's Confederate flag tattoos, according to a report from the Seminole County Sheriff's Office.
Zimmerman says he was explaining to the guy that he shot and killed the unarmed teen in "self-defense," when another patron approached him and said, "You're bragging about that?" Zimmerman denied bragging about it, but several minutes later the two got into a "scuffle" and Zimmerman got punched.
"This man just punched me in the face," Zimmerman told a dispatcher, according to the police report. "He said he was going to kill me. You need to send three or four cops."
This is not Zimmerman's first run-in with the law since the human nightmare was acquitted of killing the teen in 2013, including arrests for "domestic incidents" and a road rage incident that culminated in him getting injured after a bullet went through his car window.