A woman has admitted assaulting another female in an Aberdeen city centre pub.
Rozlynne Inglis was not personally present when the case called at Aberdeen Sheriff Court, however, the 51-year-old submitted a guilty plea to a charge of assault by letter.
The incident happened at Coopers Bar on John Street, Aberdeen, on January 28.
Inglis admitted assaulting a woman by pushing her and grabbing her by the hair.
She also punched her on the head during the incident.
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With no defence agent in court to represent Inglis in her absence, Sheriff Duncan Ferguson elected to defer sentence for her to be personally present on the next occasion.
A date was fixed for mid-August for Inglis, whose address was given in court papers as Nelson Street, Aberdeen, to be sentenced and she was ordained to appear.