Sharon Hancox, 40, spent her first night of marriage in police cells after the row at the champagne reception for her lesbian wedding to her new wife.
A court heard Hancox had drunk up to eight pints of lager and champagne at the party after their gay civil ceremony.
But the court heard she had a row with club doorman David Jenkins over allowing an unwelcome guest into the wedding function.
Prosecutor Julie Sullivan said: “With that, she then pulled the top of her red dress down exposing her breasts.
“Hancox then called him a pervert. Her partner then lunged at Mr Jenkins before Hancox, who was holding a two-inch stiletto shoe, followed suit.
“The heel made contact with his forehead and he felt blood running down his face.”
The court heard trouble started after doorman Mr Jenkins was told that Nicola Hutin, also 40, was fighting with another woman.
Mr Jenkins separated the pair – then decided to ask all the guests to leave the Champers bar in Swansea, South Wales.
But the city’s magistrates heard Hancox blamed Mr Jenkins for the fight – and told him he should not have let the other woman into the private function.
Miss Sullivan said: “She told police she was ashamed of what she had done and was embarrassed for her actions.”
Doorman Mr Jenkins said he’d had “previous dealings” with Hancox and she had been ejected from Champers at an earlier time.
Hancox allegedly told him: “You assaulted me, you pulled my tits out two years ago.” But Mr Jenkins denied her claims.
Steve Burnell, defending, said Hancox believed she was only trying to protect her partner.
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Article courtesy of: Telegraph UK