Two people have been fined following a fight outside a local pub.

Kayleigh Davies, of Pembroke Street, Pembroke Dock, and Harry Smythe, of Picton Terrace, Narberth, appeared separately at Haverfordwest magistrates court on Tuesday, March 12.

Both pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive, insulting or threatening words or behaviour to cause fear of or provoke violence.

The court heard that there was a scuffle involving Smythe, 30, Davies, 25, and her brother Wayne Davies outside a Haverfordwest pub on November 10.

Smythe lunged at Wayne Davies and they grappled on the floor.

Abul Hussain, prosecuting, said: “The person working behind the bar called the police after being told that it was kicking off outside between the parties.

“Kayleigh Davies was essentially pushing and shoving Mr Smyth and generally behaving aggressively.”

Mark Layton, defending Davies, said: “Things have moved on considerably since then.

“She regrets her behaviour.

“She simply wishes to put this matter behind her. She sincerely hopes that this will be her last time in court.”

Mike Kelleher, defending Smythe, said he had come to Haverfordwest for a drink with a friend when he became involved in the incident with the Davies siblings.

“They have met today and shaken hands. There is no malice between them, but at the time perhaps too much alcohol had been taken and he reacted in the way that he did.

“He apologises for his behaviour.”

Magistrates ordered Davies to pay £195 in a fine, costs and a surcharge.

Smyth was fined £133 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £30 surcharge.

Wayne Davies, who pleaded guilty to the same charge, was sentenced at a separate hearing.