On October the 12th 2011, I went into work. The day before we had a problem on job site nothing major. My other 2 guys I worked with and myself, my boss and his father were all there. We were discussing the event that happened the day before, when my boss began to scream and cuss at us like usually. He has a pretty bad temper problem. I had worked there for 10 years. He told me to take the day off, so I started for the door. He told me if left not to come back. I turned around and told him I was getting too old to play these games. Then he screamed forget it your fired, and threw his coffee cup on the ground shattering it. So I went to the truck to get my stuff out of it, and he was following being a raving crazy man. I stepped down from the truck he pushed me almost knocking me down. I told him not to touch me and started for the door. As myself and the other three witnesses and my boss still following me screaming at me walked out the door, he was getting in my face and then picked me up slamming me into the building then putting me into a hold. I think the reason he was holding me is because he thought I was going to hit him. Little did he know I wasn't going to and never did. At the sametime I was leaving, my boss wanted to talk about it cause he knew I was done, and have worked there for along time. I think he knew he messed up. One of my other co-workers quit at the sametime as I did after this took place. So there was three witnesses, plus the whole thing was on camera. A couple days went by and I went to get my last paycheck. They wouldn't give it to me until I signed a termination report. The termination report didn't state whether I was fired or quit. Alls it said was violation of company policies and/or procedures. For what I don't know. I never touched him. Anyway I want to know if when I go to re-file for unemployment if I will receive them or not. Also my other co-worker that quit at the sametime unemployment is getting denied. Will this fall underneath a hostile work enviorment? Thank you for your time, and sorry for the lenghtly post.