THIS is the shocking moment a woman dressed as Harley Quinn from the Batman comics savagely beat a female cop inside a caravan.
Sickening bodycam footage shows a woman – complete with blue and red dip-dyed hair – launching herself at a police officer in a booze-fuelled frenzy.
Cops stormed the caravan after a domestic disturbance was reported at a holiday park in Grimsby, Lincs., on Halloween last year.
Police were first confronted on the steps by a man – dressed as the Joker – telling cops they were overreacting by sending an “army” of officers.
His foul-mouthed missus then takes the stage, gobbing off to cops before telling them to “get the f*** off me!” when they attempt to calm the situation down
The carnage then moves inside the caravan where a row breaks out between police and the couple, who said they were on holiday from Essex.
The smashed woman – donning a menacing t-shirt that reads ‘Daddy’s Little Monster’ – is repeatedly told by a cop to “get out my face”.
She refuses to back off before the situation boils over into utter bedlam.
The Harley Quinn impersonator then suddenly slaps a police officer hard in the face and a fight ensues.
Chaos erupts as several cops in stab vests pile into the caravan, tussling with the woman.
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Police overpower the costumed assailant, shoving her face into the sofa as she lets out a blood-curdling scream.
The pair were taken into custody and thrown in a cell to sober up.
The woman denied assaulting the Humberside Police officer dispute it all being caught on bodycam.
But she was convicted of assaulting a police officer and fined £300.
The Joker was convicted of common assault and dined £300.
The incident took place on October 30, 2021 at around 11:30pm.
Harley Quinn is the henchwoman for the supervillain Joker in the Batman comics and movies.
The sickening scenes were shown on ITV’s Hotel Custody, aired on Thursday evening.
The series follows life inside Birchin Way Custody Facility in Grimsby as custody officers deal with all sorts coming through their front door.
The officers working at the £14 million state-of-the-art facility in Lincolnshire adopt a novel approach of treating detainees like customers instead of criminals.
If successful the practice will be extended to all custody facilities across Britain.