A lady has been filmed regularly slapping and punching a foreigner in an unprovoked attack in Glasgow.
The occurrence is pronounced to have taken place in Parkhead and shows the lady aggressive the man for no apparent reason.
According to the person who filmed the incident, the lady was allegedly inebriated when she started attack him.
They said: ‘The lady just went up to the man and started attack him.
‘He kept observant to her she could do what she wants but he won’t hit back. we don’t even consider he has a girlfriend, so I’ve no thought what she was cheering about. we consider she was on something.’
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‘It’s misleading what the fight is about or how it erupted but the lady can be listened screaming at the man – seen wearing a ball tip and black coupler – “I’m going to hit your f**…’
Footage shows the lady attack the man opposite the face with her right hand, ensuing in a shrill slapping sound.
People can be listened wincing and cheering in the background.
The woman, wearing black bushy boots and a white top, then turns and walks divided as the man solemnly follows her.
Suddenly she turns around and marches back towards the him after it appears he says something to her.
Going up to him, she then punches him in the jaw causing another pant from others on the street.
However, instead of responding to her assaults, the man turns divided from her and continues walking down the street.
Stamping her feet, the lady is listened saying: ‘Go get your bird. Tell your bird I’m here. Tell your bird I’m here. You f** dafty.’
The lady eventually has to be dragged divided by another man to stop her from having another confrontation.
Scottish Vines shared the footage on their Facebook page where it has been viewed some-more than 315,000 times and shared by scarcely 1000.
The clip has also captivated hundreds of comments, with many viewers praising the man for not attack the woman.
Mo Cameron said: ‘Respect to the man for not attack her back like.’
Gemma Somers wrote: ‘What a state, she’s an comprehensive embarrassment. He deserves honour for not retaliating to that.’
Tracey Stoneman commented: ‘Imagine if the man had finished that to her! Not on Mrs, not cold at all, propitious he never smacked you back.’