A Belfast woman who kicked her mother in the chest and pulled out a clump of her hair has been given 18 months probation.
Suzanne Shaw (32) also attacked her father during the drink-fuelled outburst of violence, a court heard.
Shaw, of Picardy Avenue in the city, admitted common assaults on both her parents.
Belfast Magistrates' Court heard police were called to disturbances at the family home on April 13 this year.
Officers discovered Shaw clinging to her father's back, hitting and slapping him repeatedly.
At the time she was holding a clump of long blonde hair which matched that of her mother.
Shaw's mother then told police that she had also been attacked.
"She said she was pushed and shoved, kicked to the chest and her hair pulled," a prosecution lawyer told the court.
During interviews Shaw confirmed that she had consumed alcohol but had no memory of the assaults.
Her solicitor, Adrian Harvey, acknowledged: "It's a disgusting incident."
With the defendant in custody since her arrest, she would have already served any prison sentence which could be imposed for the offences.
Instead, District Judge Ted Magill ordered her to complete 18 months probation.
Stressing that Shaw must participate in any alcohol counselling, he told her: "It's clear you have a problem with drink, you don't even remember what happened here because you had so much drink."