Hairdresser, 25, attacks a couple she has seen kissing in a nightclub because she hates watching old people & # 39; – despite the fact that the victims were only in their thirties
- A hairdresser mistreated a couple in their thirties to kiss a nightclub outside
- Carly Edwards beat out last year at Edge Geelong, southwest of Melbourne
- She told the couple, kissing and touching to leave the location
- Edwards said she didn't like going to & # 39; old people & # 39; to see if they were arrested
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An angry barber mistreated a couple in their thirties to kiss outside a nightclub because she didn't like to go to & # 39; old people & # 39; to watch.
Carly Edwards, 25, lashed out at the two friends when they became affectionate on October 24 last year at the main entrance of Edge Geelong, southwest of Melbourne.
An excited Edwards approached the duo, which touched and kissed, and told them to leave the location Geelong advertiser reported.
She then hit the man and tried to kneel him in the crotch.
Carly Edwards, 25 years old, lured a couple in their thirties to kiss a nightclub outside
During the outbreak, Edwards said the victim was a & # 39; disgusting old man & # 39; was and called him a & # 39; pig & # 39 ;.
She turned his eyes to the drink in his hand by knocking it away, and he got cuts in his mouth from the glass splinters.
& # 39; Come on, give me a coward. I know you want it, & she said to the victim.
The ordeal lasted about half an hour later when Edwards followed the couple from the district and slapped the woman in the face, said police prosecutor Senior Constable Kylie Jane.
Edwards was arrested a few weeks after the blow-up, the court was told.
She told the police that she & # 39; did not want to see old people & # 39; and was drunk during the incident.
The ordeal began when Edwards approached the affectionate couple and told them to leave
Edwards pleaded guilty to two charges of unlawful attack on the Geelong Magistrates & Court on Thursday.
Defense lawyer Stephanie Mawby said that Edwards had responded after seeing what she said to be a & # 39; public sex act & # 39; called.
She added that her client & # 39; very repentant & # 39; is about her actions.
Mrs. Mawby told the court that Edwards was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and a combination of alcohol and prescription drugs on the night of the attack contributed to her behavior.
A serious punishment was imposed by Sen-Constable Jane, who committed the & # 39; unprovoked attack & # 39; described as & # 39; extremely inappropriate & # 39; and & # 39; shameful & # 39 ;.
The incident occurred at the front entrance of Edge Geelong, southwest of Melbourne, on October 24, 2018
Magistrate Peter Mellas said the behavior was wrong, but did not reject the serious nature of the attack.
& # 39; The behavior in which you participated was clearly completely inappropriate, & # 39; said Mr. Mellas.
& # 39; But there is nothing in your previous history to indicate that you are someone who does this regularly. & # 39;
She got a 12-month good-behavior band and had to pay $ 1000 in court fees.
Edwards was arrested a few weeks after the blow-up, the court was told. She told the police that she & # 39; did not want to see old people & # 39; and was drunk during the incident
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