She bit his nipple and ridiculed the size of his manhood

Women aren't the only victims of domestic violence.
Women aren't the only victims of domestic violence. Geoff Potter

A PETITE-framed woman pleaded guilty to a charge of domestic violence in which the court heard she teased the victim about the size of his penis and bit his nipple.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had her sleeping baby in a pram next to her as the charges were read out in the Maroochydore Magistrate's Court.

The police prosecutor detailed how the incident unfolded in a Sunshine Coast home on November 20.

He said the victim was at home with his three children when the woman started to "verbally abuse" him.

She also "pushed his laptop on the floor" and tipped vodka over it and it was "no longer working".

The woman accused the man of having a "small penis".

Then she tore the victim's shirt and "bit his right nipple and drew a small amount of blood".

The attorney said the woman had been suffering post-natal depression and "severe pelvic inflammation". Lack of money was also an issue.

"It was a frustrating time for them and it was a two-way argument," the attorney said.

The woman had no prior criminal history.

Magistrate Haydn Stjernqvist told the woman there had been a "previous incident", which she tried to protest.

"Think about it, there is an order in place," Magistrate Stjernqvist said.

He said there was little doubt the problem in "no small way is alcohol".

He gave her 12 months probation with no conviction recorded.

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