Watch: Furious drunk woman gets so angry she HEAD-BUTTS a bus stop during fiery argument

Andy Wells
Freelance Writer

This is the hilarious moment a drunk woman got so angry that she head-butted a bus stop.

The clip, recorded in Ramsgate, Kent, late last Thursday night, shows the 42-year-old delivering the brain-crunching blow to the shelter – that was advertising an online opticians.

However, despite seeming like she was angry at an advert, the woman was actually yelling at a couple who were standing behind the shelter after they bumped into her pal.

Her pal, who asked not to be named, could not stop laughing as the vest-wearing woman launched a hilarious verbal assault – before unleashing on the bus stop.

At one point she drops her phone before launching the astonishing attack on the inanimate shelter.

The fuming woman was filmed ranting in the street before delivering a headbutt to the bus stop ad (SWNS)

In the 20-second clip, that has so far been viewed over two million times, she says: ‘I will eat you alive. I don’t care who you are.’

The row drew a large crowd, but after she nutted the plastic shelter, the dazed woman could only utter ‘yeah, what?’ before walking away.

Her 23-year-old friend said: ‘It all started when this girl knocked my phone out of my hand.


‘I think it was a complete accident, but her and my mate had a few cross words.

‘Then her boyfriend got a bit lippy, so my pal just lost it – she was only trying to look after me.’

She added: ‘She told the poor couple that she was going to eat them, while they were hiding behind the bus stop.

The woman was yelling at a couple that bumped into her pal who were standing behind the shelter (SWNS)

‘And then, out of absolutely nowhere, my mate just absolutely nutted the bus stop.

‘It was the funniest thing I have ever seen, but it’s not that anything was actually going to happen anyway.

‘It properly knocked the fight out of her.’

The incident occurred at the end of a £1-a-drink pub promotion night in the seaside town.

A Kent Police spokesperson said that they had not received any reports about any damage either caused to, or received by, bus stops or any advert.