An estate agent has been spared jail after glassing a man in a pub where she had gone to drink after work.
Sarah Brown, 27, thrust her wine glass into the 20-year old victim, who needed six stitches to a wound at the back of his head.
Brown – described as hard-working and successful – admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm and possessing an offensive weapon.
At Swansea Crown Court Judge Paul Thomas said that had she glassed the man in the face, she would have been jailed for a very long time.
The court heard she had no previous convictions, but did have a caution for battery from 2014.
Brown, of Neath, was given a 12-month suspended sentence; and ordered to complete rehabilitation courses to manage her alcohol and anger issues; carry out 240 hours of unpaid work; and pay her victim £2,000.