An altercation between a white family and two black female soldiers occurred inside of a Cheddars restaurant in Macon, Georgia. A witness recorded the scene and the video became viral overnight.
According to the witness, Judy Tucker,71, and her son, Robbie, followed the two women inside of the restaurant from a parking lot on Saturday evening. The family called the two women “black b*tches” and made a comment saying “I didn’t know they allowed lesbians to serve”.
Tucker and her son confronted the two women while waiting to be seated by a hostess and the video begins from there. Tucker attempted to grab one of the soldier’s phone while yelling “Don’t you take a picture of me! You do not have the right to take a picture of me!”.The soldier yells to Tucker, “First of all, I’m pregnant!”
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Bystanders began to separate the family from attacking the two women. Tucker, Robbie, and Tucker’s daughter Angie were subsequently kicked out of the restaurant. Police arrested Tucker on a charge of simple battery and she was booked into Bibb County Jail.
Of course she starts crying and playing victim when the officer tells her she’s arrested for assault even thought they’re were videos and witnesses everywhere pic.twitter.com/PuTMS3FTFK
— LMH (@MsLatashaHinton) April 15, 2018
Tucker was released on bail and there was no further information about further arrests or pending court dates. The two black women in the video were not identified.