A woman was punched and knocked to the road by another female in a disturbance outside a pub in Dunfermline.
The assault followed a disagreement which happened between the women in Coadys bar, Dunfermline Sheriff Court heard.
In the dock was Coleen Barr, 25, whose address was given as Mackinnon Place, Dunfermline.
She admitted that on December 16 at Pilmuir Street, Dunfermline, she assaulted Adele Brockie by punching her on the head, causing her to fall to the ground to her injury.
Depute fiscal Jennifer Graham said the incident occurred in the early hours after one of the women had been told to leave the pub.
Barr and the complainer then became involved in a verbal exchange in the street which led to the pair fighting.
Barr punched Ms Brockie in the face causing her to fall back into the road.
The court heard that she suffered a bump and bruising to her forehead during the assault, although it was not disclosed in court if she required any further medical treatment for her injuries.
Defence solicitor Selena Mackay said her client had been assaulted in the pub on the night in question.
After leaving, the complainer had been “shouting abuse in her face” before the offence which provoked her, Ms Mackay added.
“She accepts she assaulted her,” added the solicitor.
“It appears to have happened in the heat of the moment.
“All parties had consumed a lot of alcohol.”
Sheriff Craig McSherry deferred sentence until October 11 for Barr to be of good behaviour.