Georgia woman arrested after she assaults a pregnant black soldier

A 72-year-old woman has been arrested after she was caught on camera assaulting two female soldiers, including a pregnant one.

Shocking video shows the altercation between Judy Tucker and the two unidentified soldiers on Saturday night at a Cheddars restaurant in Macon, Georgia.

The woman who posted the now-viral video, LaKeycia Ward, says the altercation began when Tucker and her son became angry after the soldiers got in their way as they were trying to park in a handicapped spot.

Judy Tucker, 72, became angry after two female soldiers allegedly blocked her from getting into a handicapped parking spot in Macon, Georgia, on Saturday

Judy Tucker, 72, became angry after two female soldiers allegedly blocked her from getting into a handicapped parking spot in Macon, Georgia, on Saturday

Ward and other witnesses claim Tucker's son then followed the soldiers inside and began verbally abusing them, calling them 'gay black b***hes' and shouting 'does the military let lesbians serve?'

Shortly after approaching the soldiers Tucker is seen on video getting upset when one of them pulls out her phone to record the interaction.

'Put that phone down! You do not have the right to take a picture of me!' Tucker yells as both she and her son try grabbing the phone from one of the soldiers.

Video of the incident shows Tucker become enraged when one of the soldiers tries filming her

'Put that phone down! You do not have the right to take a picture of me!' Tucker yells

Video of the incident shows Tucker become enraged when one of the soldiers tries filming her

When the soldier tells Tucker she's pregnant, she replies: 'Well, my husband is handicapped'

When the soldier tells Tucker she's pregnant, she replies: 'Well, my husband is handicapped'

'First of all, look at me! I'm pregnant! Look at me - You're pushing a pregnant lady!' the soldier says.

'Oh really? By her?' replies Tucker's son.

Tucker then

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