A woman pleads guilty to pinching a man's testicles during a Christmas party on a ship, before hitting him on the head with a framed certificate
- A woman has been accused of pinching a man's testicle in a party boat, Sydney
- The cruise through the port of Sydney took place at Christmas and hosted two companies
- Alice Zhang Thomas approached the strange Zhe Zhang who was taking care of the seats
- The couple disagreed and Ms. Thomas attacked Mr. Zhang
- Ms. Thomas pleaded guilty at Downing Center Local Court last week
Zoe Zaczek for Daily Mail Australia
A woman has pleaded guilty to pinching a man's testicles in a party boat.
Financial worker Alice Zhang Thomas was on board a Christmas holiday party that toured Sydney Harbor on December 7.
The party boat welcomed colleagues from two different companies to celebrate the end of the year festivities.
Ms. Thomas, a mother of one, approached the strange Zhe Zhang who was taking care of numerous chairs for his friends at the middle level of the ship, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Financial worker Alice Zhang Thomas was on board a work Christmas party that sailed through Sydney Harbor on December 7 when she attacked the strange Zhe Zhang.
There was a discussion when Mrs. Thomas sat down with Mr. Zhang.
According to a statement of facts presented in court, Ms. Thomas said: "You know that in Australia a man can not hit a woman, but a woman can hit a man."
Ms. Thomas proceeded to pinch Mr. Zhang on the testicles, before lowering his glasses from his head.
The seat debacle continued and Mrs. Thomas further assaulted the victim, even using a framed certificate given to Mr. Zhang to hit him in the head.
Mr. Zhang was cut in the face by the cracked frame.
Both were forced to apologize to each other when the ship docked in Pyrmont, but Mr. Zhang later reported assaulting the police and Ms. Thomas was charged with common assault and assault that resulted in actual bodily harm.
Ms. Thomas confronted the Downing Center Local Court last week, where she was convicted and fined $ 2,800.
Ms. Thomas confronted the Local Court Downing Center, where she pleaded guilty to the charges last week.
Strathfield's wife was "extremely embarrassed and upset about how she acted," the court heard.
Judge Alison Viney said: "This is a frightening display of lack of temperament, frankly."
Ms. Thomas was convicted and fined $ 2,800.