Oh, my YES!!! My last boss was not only a bully.
This was in a municipal court office. I was the only caucasian in an office with a staff of 5. Everything was going well, until a month after I started working there. That's when a deputy administrator was hired. This man/boy was racist. We would all joke around with each other on down times and there was never a problem until he got there. If I would make a comment, he would go to my boss and say "Are you going to let her talk to you like that?" Keep in mind that I never said anything out of malice.
It didn't take long before my boss picked up on his prejudices. She started screaming at me like I was a child if I didn't do something her way. I was called a "pig" for washing my hands in the office sink when there was no soap in the ladies room (even though the man/boy washed his hands in that same sink not 5 minutes before me).
Every day, she would talk to me like I was a child. She and the deputy tried their hardest to get me to quit, but I stuck it out. Even the judge (who was also black) jumped on the bandwagon. If I was in court working on dispositions, and a defendant had to hand him paperwork, he would say "give that to the lady at the end of the counter". Everyone else had a name ("please give that to officer so and so" or "Ms Smith will help with interpreting").
The deputy lied about me and after a meeting with the judge and Human Resources, I was suspended, first for a week, then for a month. I spoke with the HR director about these problems and he said nothing could be done even after I voiced concern that she wanted me gone. Nothing was done even when I sent a memo about all the city rules she violated, including drinking on the job.
Well, 3 days after my one month suspension, I was terminated. I filed for unemployment and the next day, I filed an EEOC complaint.
I vowed never to work for anyone else ever again, so I started my own business. That was 1 year ago. Now I'm stress-free and happy. EEOC complaint still pending.