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Woman attacks NHS care worker and her friends in Wetherspoons pub brawl for speaking too loudly in Polish on Super Saturday after telling her: 'You're in England now'

A woman attacked an NHS care worker and her friends in a Wetherspoons for speaking too loudly in Polish on Super Saturday.
Anna Rutkowska was drinking at The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoon in Bristol when a woman launched at her friend and said: 'You're in England now.'
The 36-year-old recorded the horrifying attack on her mobile before doormen intervened.
A man, believed to be the female attacker's brother, can be seen wading in before the woman lands a kick.

Anna Rutkowska (pictured) was drinking at The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoon in Bristol when a woman launched at her friend
Anna Rutkowska (pictured) was drinking at The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoon in Bristol when a woman launched at her friend
The 36-year-old recorded the horrifying attack (pictured, the attacker) on her mobile before doormen intervened
The rowdy woman shouts at Ms Rutkowska and her group
The 36-year-old recorded the horrifying attack (pictured, the attacker) on her mobile before doormen intervened
Polish-born Ms Rutkowska, who works at an NHS care home, said: 'This is what happened on our first night out to a pub.'
She claimed the Saturday night fight was triggered by her group speaking too loud in their native tongue.
Ms Rutkowska added: 'Because we were speaking ''too loud in Polish'' with those people telling us ''You are in England now''.
'After which the girl attacked my friend, and then the staff asked us to leave, not bothering to ask anyone what happened.
The woman continues to rant
A man, believed to be the female attacker's brother (pictured), can be seen wading in before the woman lands a kick
A man, believed to be the female attacker's brother (right), can be seen wading in before the woman (left) lands a kick

'She's saying ''You hit me first'' because she's repeating what my friend is saying.'
In the one minute, 11-second clip the unnamed woman can be heard shouting: 'She touched me first.' Ms Rutkowska says: 'I am recording it.'
The attacker's brother then said: 'You touch my sister*' before another says 'Come on the then.'
Ms Rutkowska repeats: 'You are recorded.' A doorman then says: 'If you can't get one with anyone... Did he hit you, did he?'
One of Ms Rutkowska's friends replies: 'She did.'
The shocking incident happened in The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoons in Bristol (pictured) on Saturday night
The shocking incident happened in The Kingswood Colliers Wetherspoons in Bristol (pictured) on Saturday night
The woman comes back and mimics her, adding: 'Oh ''She did!'' You hit me first.'
She is then accused of being racist to which she angrily replies: 'Oh I'm racist am I?'
Locals spoke of their horror at the attack on 'Super Saturday' as boozers were able to open for the first time for over three months.
Nick Churton said: 'If you all can't behave then don't f*****g go out simple as that. I went out yesterday and had no problem whatsoever. No trouble at all. Stay at home if you can't hack your ale.'
Rob Jewitt said: 'This is horrendous. Shameful.'
Asia Andrz added: 'One of the reasons I don't go out anymore. Just can't be bothered with that c**p, I prefer to have a little private party.'
Avon and Somerset Police and Wetherspoon have been approached for comment.

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