Hard to envision anything more unseemly than women fighting

BOOZY violence is usually associated with blokes.

And it's dead wrong. It should never, ever happen and we should not tolerate any part of it.

Our local magistrate has vowed to come down heavily on perpetrators of alcohol-fuelled violence - and rightly so.

He has promised to send people to jail on their first appearance in cases of such thuggery.

Now we find that there is an alarmingly increasing trend where females are becoming just as aggressive to one another as their male counterparts.

How can that be?

Surely ladies have more respect for themselves than to become involved in catfights in pubs and on the streets.

It beggars belief that we seem to be able to witness such unladylike behaviour more and more frequently.

It's pretty hard to envision anything much more unseemly than two women tearing at each other.

It's also hard to understand quite what type of home life these people have.

One has to hope there are no kids at home who may consider it to be the norm.

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