A woman dialled 999 demanding the police came and removed officers who were already at her home.

Corrina Bedford dialled 999 from her mobile after police went there following reports of a domestic incident at her address in Sheepridge.

During the row she threw a vase at the officers and bit one of them on his arm.

The 26-year-old pleaded guilty to charges of assaulting a police officer acting in the execution of his duty and resisting him.

Officers went attended at Bedford’s property in Spinners Close at just before 6am on January 10.

Kirklees magistrates heard that she swore at them and told them to leave her home.

Bedford had an injury to her right eye but refused to tell the officers how she got it.

Vanessa Jones, prosecuting, said: “They wanted to go into the address to check to see if there was anyone else injured inside but she said: ‘Get the f*** out of my house’.

“She then got her phone out to call police and said to the officers: ‘I’ll get a knife and slash you’.”

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The Huddersfield court was told that the mum-of-one picked up a vase from the living room and threw it but it didn’t connect with the officers.

Mrs Jones said: “She was kicking out and abusive.

“As she was restrained to the floor she kicked out and struck PC Wayne Smith’s thigh and bit him on the forearm.”

Bob Carr, mitigating, described the whole incident as a ‘comedy of errors’.

He told magistrates: “Police arrived but there had been no incident in that house.

“She told them to get out because she didn’t want them there.

“While police were in the house she was on the phone to police to try and get them out of her house.

“She made the 999 call and the person said: 'They are already there'.

“She said: ‘No, I want different officers to get rid of these officers’.

“That’s why it’s a comedy of errors.”

Magistrates sentenced her to a community order with 15 days of rehabilitative activities. Bedford also has to pay £50 compensation to the officer as well as £100 costs and £60 victim surcharge.