Florida woman hurled Whopper, racial slurs at worker: cops


She had a Whopper of a meltdown.

A hangry Florida woman went ballistic in Burger King because she was upset that the tomato in her Whopper was sliced too thick, so she hurled the sandwich — and racial slurs — at a worker, police said.

Judith Ann Black, 77, was busted April 30 after admitting to Wildwood cops that she threw the sandwich at the worker’s back, according to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun.

“She stated that she was angry that the victim was not fixing the issue and ‘had the burger in my hand and tossed it at her,’” the report reads. “When asked, Mrs. Black stated that she did hit the victim with the burger.”

Black also admitted calling the employee a “stupid black b—” and using another racial slur during her tirade, police said.

The worker told responding cops Black started yelling at her while at the counter, according to the police report.

Judith Black
Black is charged with a third-degree felony due to the racist language she used.
Sumter County Sheriff’s Office

“As the victim turned around, Mrs. Black proceeded to throw the Whopper at her, striking her in the back, just below the neck against her will,” police said. “Mrs. Black then walked out to her vehicle, followed by her husband, and left.”

The female worker said she and a co-worker walked outside as the couple left and overheard Black call her a “n—–,” according to the report.

Several witnesses, a Burger King manager and video footage from inside the restaurant confirmed the worker’s account, police said.

Cops tracked down Black via the license plate of her husband’s vehicle, police said. She was charged with battery, but due to the racist language she allegedly used, the charge is classified as a third-degree felony, police said.

Black — who lives in The Villages, a retirement community in Florida — has been released from custody after posting $2,500 bond, jail records show. It’s unclear if she’s hired an attorney who could speak on her behalf.

Black is originally from Texas, according to Villages-News.com.

Attempts to reach her were unsuccessful. A phone number listed in her husband’s name was disconnected early Thursday.

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