PICTURED: Three female revelers who brutally bash a woman in a & # 39; horrible & # 39; pub attack during a very drunk night out
- The woman was slapped in the face and pulled pieces of hair out of a bar
- She suffered serious bruises and swellings in her face and arms
- The fight took place after the woman threw a water bottle that hit another
- One of the women who attacked the victim had drunk between 15 and 20 drinks
A helpless woman was fooled and had bits of hair pulled out by three female revelers approaching her in a Sydney pub.
The victim was cornered and attacked by Tayhla Fernley, Bianca Rees and Tahlia Milton at Miranda Hotel on 2 June.
She had severe bruising and swelling in her face and arms, as well as a scratch on her left cheek.
The court heard that Fernley (photo) had drunk no less than 15-20 drinks the night she attacked the victim
The trio pleaded guilty of mistreatment that caused physical injury on Thursday at the local court of Sutherland.
Fernley was sentenced to a community correction order and 200 hours of community service.
Milton and Rees are sentenced on September 19 and October 24 respectively, St George Shire Standard reported.
The pub descended into chaos after Milton's boyfriend threw a drink at the victim, who in return threw her drinking and water bottle and hit Fernley & # 39; s shoulder.
A fight broke out before Fernley pushed the woman's chest.
She tried to withdraw but was cornered by Fernley, who slapped her on the left side of her face because she was & # 39; angry & # 39; was because she was hit by a water bottle.
The court heard that Fernley had drunk 15-20 drinks the night she attacked the victim.
Guards, hotel staff and spectators had to get involved in an attempt to stop Rees (photo) from kicking the woman
Guards, hotel staff and spectators had to participate to prevent Rees from kicking the woman.
Rees attacked the woman for 25 seconds before she was finally picked up.
Milton threw & # 39; three hammer blows & # 39; at the victim's head as she raised her arms to protect her face.
Magistrate Sharon Freund described the incident as & # 39; pretty horrible & # 39 ;.
& # 39; That's nothing to be proud of and this behavior should not be tolerated & she said.
Milton (photo) threw & # 39; three hammer blows & # 39; at the victim's head as she raised her arms to protect her head and face
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