The Bibb County Sheriff's Office says they've investigating an argument at a restaurant over the weekend that led to one woman's arrest on battery charges.
According to jail records, Judy Tucker, of Macon, was arrested and released on $650 bond.
A video that’s gone viral around the country seems to show her in an argument with two servicewomen that turns into a shouting and shoving match.
One of the videos posted online shows Tucker lunging at a servicewomen, who is recording the argument with a phone.
Tucker tells her, "Don't you take a picture of me! You do not have the right to take a picture of me!"
Several other people crowd into the argument, shoving ensues, and one of the women says, "Look at me. I'm pregnant, You're pushing a pregnant lady."
A younger man, apparently with Tucker, responds, "Oh, really? By her?"
Tucker adds, "Well, my husband is handicapped."
A second video, shot outside Cheddar's, shows an officer leading Tucker in handcuffs to a Bibb County cruiser while the younger man with Tucker argues with a second deputy.
When WMAZ contacted Cheddar’s, their corporate office sent us a statement that says:
‘We were appalled by the behavior of the individuals who confronted the two female service members.
Such behavior flies in the face of our values and those individuals are no longer welcome in our restaurant.’
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
She started recording because they were calling her gay Black bitches so the white lady snatched her phone and wouldn't give it back pic.twitter.com/g2rCcnOv2s— LMH (@MsLatashaHinton) April 15, 2018