A man was attacked by a Hamilton woman at a public skate park, leaving him with multiple facial injuries. The offender Tiara Austin, 26, approached the male victim on November 9, 2023, and punched him multiple times to the head. She pushed him in the chest, causing him to fall to the ground before stomping on his face. The victim suffered a bloody nose and multiple injuries, including a black eye. The man and woman were known to each other. Austin pleaded guilty in Warrnambool Magistrates Court to offences on December 5. The court heard the attack came just two days after Austin punched the same victim multiple times to the face in Hamilton's Gray Street. When later asked by police if she had assaulted the victim the woman said "bloody oath". "Doesn't matter what I've done. I physically assaulted that person and that's OK," she said in an interview. Then on November 28 Austin attended Warrnambool's Premix King bottle shop and berated a staff member. She called the man a "f***** dog" and said she couldn't believe he had banned her from the shop - which he hadn't. Austin pushed a slab of cans off a pile and kicked it towards the counter. She threatened to stab everyone in the shop and then left with a 10 pack of ciders she did not pay for. Austin also pleaded guilty to stealing food and drink from a Hamilton supermarket. She was arrested on Monday, December 4, and subsequently charged and remanded in custody. Lawyer Lucy Tribe, representing Austin, said her client had been "clearly very distressed" in the police station cells. She said the woman had a reasonably significant criminal history that mainly involved theft offences. The court heard the offender suffered from ill mental health. Austin will be assessed for a community correction order.