A woman has been given unpaid work after hitting people with a bag in a BrewDog bar.
Lisa Laird, 27, spat at a man and struck him on the body with a bag at BrewDog on Union Street on January 13.
She also spat at a woman and repeatedly struck her on the head and body with a bag.
Laird, of Stockethill Court, Aberdeen, pled guilty at Aberdeen Sheriff Court to two charges of assault and also struggling violently with police.
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Co-accused Paul Reid, 36, pled guilty to assaulting the male by repeatedly punching him on the head and body and pushing him, and pushing the woman.
He also admitted struggling violently with police.
Sheriff Ian Wallace ordered Laird to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work and deferred sentence on Reid, of Smithfield Court, Aberdeen, until May for reports.