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Florida man, 61, is arrested for spitting his half-chewed food into a woman’s mouth

Florida man, 61, is arrested ‘for spitting his half-chewed food into a woman’s MOUTH during a road rage attack after she wound down her window to apologize to him

  • David Wipperman, 61, is accused of spitting his half-chewed food into a woman’s mouth whilst confronting her over a driving error in Pinellas County 
  • Wipperman is also alleged to have screamed at the woman and waved his finger in her face during the October 29 road rage attack
  • The Walmart employee is now facing a felony charge of battery
  • According to The Smoking  Gun, Wipperman has a lengthy rap sheet 

David Wipperman, 61, is accused of spitting his half-chewed food into a woman’s mouth whilst confronting her over her bad driving in Pinellas County

A Florida man has been arrested for spitting half-chewed food into a woman’s mouth during a shocking road rage attack. 

The alleged incident occurred October 29 in Pinellas County when David Wipperman, 61, lost his temper at a female driver after she made an error on the road. 

According to a police report, Wipperman got out of his white Chevy to confront the woman, who wound down her window to apologize. 

However, an enraged Wipperman reportedly responded by spitting his food into the woman’s face – some of which landed in her mouth.  

He is then accused of opening the woman’s car door before screaming at her and waving his finger in her face. 

The Smoking Gun reports that Wipperman only stopped when a passerby began to intervene.  

Although the attack occurred late last month, Wipperman was only arrested on Thursday. 

The Walmart employee is now facing a felony charge of battery and is currently being held in prison on a $12,500 bond. 

The police report also states that Wipperman went on to commit a burglary – although it’s unclear whether he is accused of stealing items from the woman’s car or from elsewhere.   

According to The Smoking Gun, Wipperman has been arrested on previous occasions for ‘disorderly conduct, violating probation, battery, grand theft, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and felony battery’. 

The Walmart employee is now facing a felony charge of battery and is currently being held in prison on a $12,500 bond

The Walmart employee is now facing a felony charge of battery and is currently being held in prison on a $12,500 bond

 

 

 

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