Shocking moment woman decks man with vicious punch after he tries taking swing at her during brawl outside pub | The Sun

THIS is the shocking moment a woman decks a man with a vicious right hook after a brawl erupted outside a pub.

The violent scrap broke out following a scuffle between two men in the street in Inverness.

A blonde woman is then seen trying to split up the fight as the two men tussle on the ground outside the Nip Inn bar.

But one of the men then turns on her and takes a swing at her after she pulled them apart.

The furious woman reacts by throwing a thunderous punch at the man, lamping him right in the face with her right fist.

The forceful punch knocks the man to the ground and leaves him struggling to scramble back to his feet.

During the chaotic scenes, a pack of beers smashes on the ground after one of the individuals drops a rucksack.

The man who was punched appears to pick up the remains of a smashed glass bottle before throwing it in the woman's direction.

A trio of women are then seen heading into the pub.

The 52-second video – filmed by an onlooker over the road – ends with the man in the grey trousers and the chap in the chequered shirt then fighting on the floor.

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Local Liam Kerrigan joked: “A lot to unpack there.”

Johnny Byrne said: “The blonde lass has a nice right hook on her.

“Absolutely floored the lad.

“Really twisted her hips into the punch.

”Kevin Whelan echoed this adding: “Go on girl.”

One – called Mario – said: “What a plot twist.”

Honey quipped: “I’d give anything for David Attenborough to narrate that scene.”

Yet Anne Crowley said: “Isn't it dreadful to see that kind of carry on.”

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