The woman, 24, is imprisoned for six months after he is biting a policeman while he is removed from the festival

A woman, 24, was imprisoned for six months after he was bitten by a policeman when he was removed from a popular music festival

  • Woman who sits at the police festival at the police is sentenced to six months
  • Amina Lowoja was at the Origin NYE festival in Perth in 2016 when an incident occurred
  • She is the second woman from WA who is convicted this month for biting an officer

Brett Lackey for Daily Mail Australia

A young woman was jailed for six months for biting a policeman while she was being escorted from a music festival.

Amina Robert Lowoja was convicted this week for the December 2016 attack that took place at the Origin NYE festival in Perth.

Ms. Lowoja was involved in an incident where officers had to speak to her during the event when she was violently against them.

A young woman was jailed for six months for biting a policeman while she was being escorted from a music festival

A young woman was jailed for six months for biting a policeman while she was being escorted from a music festival

Amina Robert Lowoja was convicted this week for the December 2016 attack that took place at the Origin NYE festival in Perth

Amina Robert Lowoja was convicted this week for the December 2016 attack that took place at the Origin NYE festival in Perth

Amina Robert Lowoja was convicted this week for the December 2016 attack that took place at the Origin NYE festival in Perth

"While reporting on the events, Lowoja kicked a security guard to his stomach," a spokesman for the WA Police Union told Perth Now.

When the officer placed her under arrest, Lowoja loaned him and bit his left upper buttock. & # 39;

The officer suffered a 4 cm long cut in his biceps from the attack of the 24-year-old.

Ms. Lowoja appeared at the Magistrates Court in Perth on Wednesday and was found guilty of committing a public officer and a common attack.

& # 39; It is a great result for one of our members sentenced to six months in prison with a convict, & # 39; said the spokesperson for the W Police Union.

She is the second woman to be imprisoned in Western Australia this month for biting a policeman.

She is the second woman to be imprisoned in Western Australia this month for biting a policeman

She is the second woman to be imprisoned in Western Australia this month for biting a policeman

She is the second woman to be imprisoned in Western Australia this month for biting a policeman

A woman from Halls Head, south of Perth, Chloe Shannen June Power-Leo, was sentenced to 12 months for biting a policeman in the neck.

The 18-year-old refused to leave a police vehicle while she was arrested and when Constable Courtney Hay tried to remove her, she leaned forward and bit the officer.

It is assumed that both officers have not suffered permanent damage as a result of the attacks.

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