Ex-Mercer University art teacher Judy Tucker was banned from a Macon restaurant after she shoved a pregnant service member over an altercation about a parking space.
Tucker, 71, was seen attempting to shove pregnant service member Treasure Sharpe at Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen on Saturday. The video, which was recorded by witness LaKeycia Ward and later uploaded to YouTube, has been viewed more than 400,000 times. Tucker was arrested and charged with battery.
Stephanie Mitchell told deputies she and Sharpe were backing into a parking space at the restaurant when Tucker’s adult son told them to learn how to park and called them “dumb (expletives).”
The two women, dressed in fatigues, walked inside the restaurant and the son approached them again, authorities said. He called them “black lesbian (expletives),” according to the incident report.
Mitchell, 34, of Palmetto, asked the man to stop cursing and calling them names and Sharpe started recording the exchange, according to the report.
Tucker, her son and her daughter lunged at the women multiple times in an effort to stop Sharpe from recording, according to the report. Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution
Judy Tucker was released on $650 bond. The restaurant has banned her for life. Her son and daughter were not charged in the incident.