Women argue over snide remark about 'hooker' boots

jkovac@macon.comJuly 16, 2014 

It is usually not wise to speak ill of a woman’s footwear. But when a 20-year-old Macon woman wore her high heels to visit a friend on Bloomfield Road July 2, another woman there, 22, apparently couldn’t resist disparaging the shoes.

The 22-year-old told the younger woman that her heels were ugly.

According to a Bibb County sheriff’s report, the older woman took the remark a step further. She told the 20-year-old that her shoes were “something a hooker would wear.” The 20-year-old thought the woman was joking and retorted, “You’re ugly.”

That’s when the older woman grabbed her.

Four other women jumped in and hit the heel wearer, the report said. The 22-year-old then smacked the 20-year-old in the head with a glass vase, a blow that sent her to the hospital.

Note to midstate law enforcement agencies: Email reports of humorous or unusual crimes and situations your officers encounter to jkovac@macon.com.

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