A woman launched a frenzied attack on her estranged father inside a Golcar pub - after arranging to meet him there to settle their differences.
Faye Robertson threw punches and kicks at Steven Robertson before throwing a glass at him during the melee inside the Commercial Inn.
Kirklees Magistrates’ Court heard that the pair had fallen out because Mr Robertson disapproved of the mum-of-two’s partner.
Robertson, of Carolan Court in Golcar, pleaded guilty to assault by beating.
The Huddersfield court heard that the 28-year-old went to the pub just after 7pm on May 7.
There was already a row taking place involving Mr Robertson and Robertson’s partner, prosecutor Rory Byrne said.
He explained that there were issues within the family which had resulted in Robertson going to the pub to meet them.
Mr Byrne said: “Ms Robertson turned up and was abusive. She punched and kicked him causing him to land on the floor.
“While on the floor there were some kicks aimed at his stomach. She picked up a glass at one point and threw it towards her father.”
Bob Carr, mitigating, described the situation as “sad” but said that some bad blood had been running between Robertson and her father for a considerable time.
The court was told that this involved Mr Robertson’s disapproval of her partner, the father of her two children.
Mr Carr added: “She was anxious that the matter be resolved, he’s the grandfather and she’d like to play happy families.
“Arrangements had been made to see if the issue could be resolved but when she arrived at the pub there was a melee going on.
“She said: ‘I saw red and I completely lost it’.
“There’s been no contact between the parties since this incident (but) she can’t understand why she’s the only person before the court.”
District Judge Michael Fanning described the assault as serious.
He said: “Whatever the background you don’t allow family squabbles to spill into the public arena. You were seen to launch at your father in what one witness described was a frenzied manner.
“The real possibility is that this could have become a far worse incident than it was.”
Judge Fanning sentenced Robertson to a 10-week electronically monitored curfew as punishment.
She must also pay £150 court charge, £85 costs and £60 victim surcharge.