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Florida Man Arrested For Knocking His Girlfriend Out with a Whopper from Burger King

I swear I’m not searching for News From Florida, the state is just so bizarre!

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A Florida man, James Hunt was Arrested For Knocking His Girlfriend Out with a Whopper in the parking lot of Burger King because she wouldn’t eat her food.

During an argument at Burger King, a James Hunt threw a Whopper at his girlfriend with such force that when the sandwich struck the back of her head, the woman fell over a curb and hit her head on the ground.

According to the police report, James Hunt, 41, and his live-in girlfriend argued Saturday afternoon about “the victim not eating her food” at a Burger King in Clearwater, a city in the Tampa Bay area.

Mugshot of James Hunt
Mugshot of James Hunt

The argument soon turned violent, when the 53-year-old woman began to leave the restaurant. That is when Hunt allegedly,

“threw a cheeseburger at the victim, striking her in the back of the head. This action caused the victim to fall over a curb onto the ground.”

The victim’s chin and lip hit the pavement, resulting in an abrasion and a cut. Upon arriving at the Burger King, cops observed blood on the victim’s shirt and shorts and cheese on her shirt and in her hair.

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A Burger King worker told cops that before Hunt walked away from the restaurant, he also struck the victim in the head while she was on the ground.

While Hunt reportedly,

admitted to throwing the burger at the victim,” he denied striking her while she was down.

Hunt also told police that he did not think the cheeseburger strike “caused her to slip on the curb and fall onto the ground.”

Charged with felony domestic battery, Hunt is being held in the county jail on $15,000 bond and has been ordered by a judge to have no contact with the victim.


According to thesmokinggun.com James Hunt, has two prior domestic battery convictions, both of which occured in Arkansas in 2002.

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