A BOOZED-UP hotel guest flipped when she found her boyfriend in another room with three women.
Paisley Sheriff Court heard that 20-year-old Pamela McGinty flew into a rage when she discovered that her partner Mark Robinson had gone to the room with the other female guests after they’d had a blazing row.
She shouted at him until he came out into the corridor and then threw him to the ground before kicking him on the body.
The bizarre incident took place at the Travelodge, in King’s Inch Road, Renfrew, late at night on Saturday, May 1.
McGinty and Mr Robinson, who have been in a relationship for five years, were staying at the hotel but had an argument in their room after both had been drinking.
Following the row, Mr Robinson stormed off to the bar with a friend and, from there, the two men then went to another room with three other women.
But, when McGinty found out where her boyfriend was, she marched up to the room and demanded that he come out.
Depute fiscal Ian Logan told the court: “When Mr Robinson did come out, the accused pushed him to the ground and kicked him to the body.”
McGinty was then restrained by Mr Robinson’s friend while hotel staff called the police.
Having been arrested, McGinty appeared in the dock from custody to admit the charge of assaulting Mr Robinson by kicking him on the body.
Charges that she had stamped on her boyfriend’s head were dropped by the Crown.
Defence agent Karen Railton told Sheriff George Kavanagh: “Both had been drinking before the incident before Mr Robinson went to another room.
“I should tell your Lordship that there were three other girls in the room.
“The accused then went to retrieve him but accepts her conduct was not acceptable. She has little or no recollection of the event.”
McGinty, of Kirkintilloch, had spent two days in the police cells while she waited to make her appearance in court.
After admitting the assault, Sheriff Kavanagh decided that her time in custody was sufficient punishment.
He admonished McGinty, who was then free to leave the court.