I had gotten the impression from some other posts that he was pretty confrontational. Still think there is no reason to walk out there at all, but that's not near as bad.
I'm not saying that you should not have yelled or that you should have told him to screw off or anything. I was just thinking that he was escalating the situation for no reason. I misunderstood.
What he probably thought, was that walking up to him and asking for an apology would prevent him from making the same mistake again. And having been there, I think he probably accomplished that.
Regardless, we all learned a valuable lesson that day. And that is, you can't take Jeremie anywhere nice.