Woman attacks NHS aid worker and friends on pub crawl in Wetherspoons for speaking too loudly in Polish on Super Saturday after telling her, ‘You’re in England now’
- Anna Rutkowska drank in The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoon in Bristol
- The 36-year-old recorded the attack on her cellphone before doormen intervened
- The man, believed to be the female assailant’s brother, wades in before the woman kicks out
- Ms Rutkowska who works for the NHS said it was due to the fact that they spoke in Polish
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A woman attacked an NHS counselor and her friends in a Wetherspoons for speaking too loudly in Polish on Super Saturday.
Anna Rutkowska was drinking in The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoon in Bristol when a woman approached her boyfriend and said, “You are in England now.”
The 36-year-old recorded the horrific attack on her cellphone before doormen intervened.
A man, believed to be the female attacker’s brother, wades in before the woman is kicked.
Anna Rutkowska (pictured) drank at The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoon in Bristol when a woman launched her boyfriend
The 36-year-old recorded the horrific attack (photo, the attacker) on her cellphone before doormen intervened
Ms Rutkowska, a Polish-born worker who works in an NHS nursing home, said, “This is what happened on our first night out in a pub.”
She claimed the Saturday night fight was caused by her group speaking too loudly in their mother tongue.
Ms Rutkowska added: “Because we” spoke too loudly in Polish “to those people who told us” You are now in England. “
“After that, the girl attacked my girlfriend, and then the staff asked us to leave, without bothering to ask anyone what had happened.
A man, believed to be the female attacker’s brother (right), is seen wading before the woman (left) is kicked
“She says” You hit me first “because she repeats what my friend says.”
In the one-minute, eleven-second clip, the unnamed woman can be heard shouting, “She touched me first.” Mrs. Rutkowska says, “I’m recording it.”
The attacker’s brother then said, “You touch my sister * before another says,” Come on then. “
Mrs. Rutkowska repeats, “You have been admitted.” A porter then says, “If you can’t get one with anyone … He hit you, didn’t he?”
One of Mrs. Rutkowska’s friends replied, “She did.”
The shocking incident happened on Saturday night at The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoons in Bristol (photo)
The woman returns and mimics her, adding, “Oh,” “She did!” “You hit me first.”
She is then accused of being racist, to which she replies angrily, “Oh, I’m racist, right?”
Locals spoke of their horror in the attack on ‘Super Saturday’ as boozers opened for the first time in over three months.
Nick Churton said, “If you can’t all behave, don’t go so simple. I went out yesterday and had no problem at all. No problems at all. Stay home if you can’t hack your beer. ‘
Rob Jewitt said, “This is awful. Shameful. ‘
Asia Andrz added: ‘One of the reasons why I don’t go out anymore. I just don’t care about that c ** p, I prefer a small private party. ‘
Avon and Somerset Police and Wetherspoon have been approached for comment.