By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:20 BST, 9 September 2020 | Updated: 04:21 BST, 9 September 2020
A tiny but fiery female construction worker leapt to the defence of her fiance during a late night assault outside a popular kebab shop.
Nicole Hendrie, 27, appeared in Waverley Local Court on Tuesday, where she entered an early guilty plea to one charge of common assault.
The court heard a verbal argument between her fiance Lewis Daley and a man escalated into a physical altercation outside the Big Bite in beachside Bondi in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Nicole Hendrie (left) was arrested after she lept to the defence of her fiance Lewis Daley (right)
According to court documents, the victim and his friends believed Daley and his fiancee were staring at them and began looking in their direction before Hendrie swore and shouted at the group, the Wentworth Courier reported.
'The co-accused (Daley) grabbed hold of the victim's neck where a physical altercation