Women behaving badly: Crazy Coast court cases
From twerking wildly in Maccas, attacking another woman at a bottle shop, to biting a security guard, here are five wild women who have faced court in recent times on the Fraser Coast.
Teen sentenced for lashing out after wild twerking antics
A woman's wild twerking caught the attention of police when they walked into a McDonald's restaurant and witnessed her out of control behaviour.
The court heard North was at Dalby McDonalds about 12.30am on November 20 when, in an intoxicated state, she performed a handstand at the entrance of the restaurant.
Woman throws punches, rips victim's shirt in bottle-o fight
A dispute between two women at a Maryborough bottle shop escalated into a shocking act of violence that left the victim in need of medical attention.
The court heard the two women "exchanged words" before the victim told Preston she wished she could break her glasses.
Security guard bitten after fight breaks out between women
Biting a security guard landed a mum before Maryborough Magistrates Court this week.
Sarahia Lee Sharp, 22, pleaded guilty to one count of seriously assaulting people performing a lawful duty.
When she ran at the other woman, a security guard held out an arm to prevent her from making contact.
Knocking drink out of woman's hand takes unexpected turn
Knocking a drink out of someone's hand at a Hervey Bay hotel had unexpected consequences for one woman.
Kamie Jessie Kruger appeared before Hervey Bay Magistrates Court last week and pleaded guilty to one count of assault.
Kruger said "hello c**t" and knocked the drink from the other woman's hand.
Violent incident at family gathering lands woman in court
Tensions boiled over at a family gathering in Maryborough, with a violent assault landing a woman before Maryborough Magistrates Court.
The court heard a family dispute had arisen and Worboys was about to leave when the female victim "goaded" the defendant.