The former New York City teacher confronted Weiner during a campaign stop on Friday, right after the embattled mayoral candidate told reporters he'd take no more questions regarding new revelations about his online sexcapades, CNN reports.
"[H]ad I conducted myself in the manner in which you conducted yours, my job would have been gone," Brunda, a Democrat, can be seen telling Weiner in the video above.
"I don't quite understand how you would feel you'd have the moral authority, as the head administrator in this city, to oversee employees, when your standard of conduct is so much lower than the standard of conduct that is expected of us," she says.
A flustered Weiner asks Brunda, who worked as a teacher and assistant principal in NYC schools for 30 years, if she'd be voting for him. She says no.
"I want to let your neighbors make their decisions for themselves," Weiner says.
Brunda later told The New York Post that she refused to shake Weiner's hand.
Despite calls from numerous politicians and media outlets for Weiner to quit the race, the former congressman has remained defiant and says he won't drop out.