AN ANGRY clubber who racially abused a Wetherspoons doorman in a vile tirade faces jail, a court heard.
Sharna Walker, 25, hurled racist slurs at doorman Tristan Price when he refused her entry to a bar in Birmingham, West Mids.
Her vile tirade was caught on camera as she pushed the security guard and called him a “black c***” and a “f***ing n*****” in front of shocked onlookers.
Walker, from Worcester, Worcs, then spat at him outside Whetherspoon's Figure of Eight bar on Birmingham’s bustling Broad Street on May 22.
Wearing sunglasses on her head and appearing to smirk as she arrived at court, brunette Walker today admitted racially aggravated common assault and criminal damage after smashing a pub door.
Judith Kenny, mitigating, admitted the case “hints at custody” and that she wanted to “persuade the court to suspend her sentence”.
However the case was not opened fully after Walker’s solicitor asked for time to evaluate “suggestions of a mental disorder”.
Footage shared on social media captures the moment Walker was booted out of the pub, and began screaming at the bouncer for her bag.
She then storms back towards the entrance of the pub shouting “where the f*** is my bag moron, where is my bag.”
Walker then starts screaming at the doorman “get my f***ing bag then, get my f***ing bag.”
She then subjected him to a slew of racist abuse.
Mr Price later said the confrontation affected him more than when someone pulled a knife on him.
The 26-year-old said: "I don't want to bring trouble to her door but this behaviour needs to be called out. It is completely unacceptable.
"People have killed themselves because of the racial abuse they suffer, and we can't be silent about it.
"I have had a knife pulled on me while at work, which was pretty shocking. But this was worse, it affected me more because it was so vicious."
Walker was released on unconditional bail ahead of sentencing, at a date to be fixed.
Charges of threatening behaviour and assault by beating were withdrawn.
Walker spoke only to confirm her name, date of birth and address.
District judge Briony Clarke told her: “You have pleaded guilty to these offences. In due course you will get credit for pleading guilty but I can’t sentence you today.
“I’m going to adjourn this hearing until the reports are completed.”
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