Shocking footage shows a raging mum karate kicking her friend's wheelie bins over and launching into a foul-mouthed tirade - after she was called "whomping" on Facebook.
Natalie Brown, 32, was caught on camera booting Laura Parry's front door and threatening her after she stormed round to her home in Worcester.
A court heard the pair had fallen out after Brown claimed she had been called "whomping" on Facebook - slang for fat.
A video shows her repeatedly kicking Miss Parry's front door on November 22 last year before screaming: "Come out here you scabby c***. Look at the state of your skin. I'm going to f*** you up b*tch. I'm coming for you."
Admitted using threatening, abusive and insulting words and criminal damage
The mum-of-two then walks away before running back and launches a karate-style kick at two wheelie bins which are knocked over.
Brown admitted using threatening, abusive and insulting words and criminal damage when she appeared at Worcester Magistrate's Court.
Emily Clewer, prosecuting, said: "The two women had been friends but their friendship became somewhat strained."
'Miss Parry had called my client a crack head'
Belinda Ariss, defending, told the court the women fell out when Miss Parry's ex-partner started dating one of Brown's friends.
"Miss Parry seems to have taken exception to that. There had been some name calling on Facebook. Miss Parry had called my client a 'crack head' and also 'whomping' which is another word for being overweight.
"She accepts she kicked the door in temper and accepts shouting she is going to get her and such like."
Brown, of Worcester, was ordered to pay a total of £256 in compensation and court costs.