A WOMAN who hurled abuse at a security guard as they escorted her out from a pub she was barred from has claimed she's not racist.

Kayleigh McColl, of Cowdrey Square in Andover, stumbled into the Ram Inn, Tidworth, on April 13, 2023.

Despite her and her sister being barred, the 30-year-old, who was drunk at the time, proceeded into the pub before being told to leave by the general manager.

An altercation unfolded during which McColl threw a pint over the manager before being "bundled out" of the venue by two security guards, flailing her legs.

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Andover Advertiser: Kayleigh McColl racially abused a security guard at the Ram Inn, Tidworth.Kayleigh McColl racially abused a security guard at the Ram Inn, Tidworth. (Image: Google Maps)

David Logan-Rose, prosecuting, told Salisbury Magistrates' Court how McColl kicked one of the guards in the face and racially abused the other, calling one woman a "black ****" or a "black b***h".

"She accepts that she was banned and said she was not racist in any way and did not mean it in a racist way," added Mr Rose.

Paul Jones, in mitigation, said McColl "reached for the first adjective that came to her head" as she was wrestled outside.

"She knew her sister was banned but she herself was not," he added.

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Mr Jones also slammed Wiltshire Police for taking one year to bring the case to court and said the reason there were no further charges for assault was because the force "couldn't get through the starting gate".

McColl pleaded guilty to the offence on Friday, April 26 and the case was adjourned for a pre-sentencing report.

She will appear at Salisbury Magistrates' Court for sentencing June 13.