A driver who drove over a roundabout at a group of people forcing them to jump out of the way has avoided jail.
Yasrin Mansha changed her plea to a charge of dangerous driving to guilty on the first day of what was expected to be a trial at Leeds Crown Court.
The 37-year-old, who was previously of Thorn Avenue in Thornhill but has since moved to the Stratford area of north east London, drove her 4x4 over the grassed roundabout towards a group of men who were repairing a car by the side of the road.
The incident happened at Cross Road in Dewsbury on May 22 last year.
She must now abide by a three-month curfew between the hours of 7pm and 6am and was disqualified from driving for 12 months.
She was also accused of calling the men ‘white b******s’, but she pleaded not guilty to racially-aggravated threatening behaviour and that charge was allowed to lie on the file.