A WOMAN was fined £2 in Central Court for having bitten a publican. Sidney Howard, licensee of the Shakespeare Hotel, Devonshire Street, Sydney, said Nancy Sharpe, 25, of Vaucluse, called at his hotel, abused him smashed a plateglass door with her shoe, and ran down the street. Howard said he chased and caught her and was bringing her back when she bit him. He said he received medical attention for the bite.
– Dungog Chronicle (NSW) Saturday 7 February 1953.
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