That's being on tilt. In fact, that's the picture postcard of a player on tilt. Depending on position (how many left to act behind me) I might call call this guy a little lighter than I usually would. You can practically visualize this guy throwing his hands up and cussing. Sometimes there is name calling and criticisms hurled and that's a dead giveaway that this cat is definitely on tilt. And I thank him for that.
A few times this weekend, I lost big pots to draws and immediately picked up As, Ks or Qs the very next hand. I tried my hardest to appear like one of the aforementioned individuals, making statements to try to demonstrate frustration and irritation before I shipped my stack. I got a call almost every time and was right back in the game.