A professional kick-boxer has admitted attacking five people in a bar brawl.
Julie Crummer turned on three members of the public and two police officers at Arta in Glasgow city centre on November 2, 2019.
The 38-year-old’s charge states she assaulted a Clare Kilduff by punching her on the head and biting her on the hand.
The offence is aggravated by being to Miss Kilduff’s severe injury.
Crummer also attacked Andrew Raeburn by kicking him on the head to his injury.
She then went on to strike Niall-James Gillon.
Crummer lastly attacked constables Neil Carson and Nathan Donnelly.
She pled guilty to the five charges on Tuesday during a short hearing in Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Further information regarding the circumstances will be heard at next month’s sentencing.
Crummer, of the city’s Dennistoun, had her bail continued meantime by Sheriff Charles Lugton