A Brisbane woman on charges of bestiality allegedly hit photographer Robert Shakespeare with a plastic bottle and told him to f**k off, while leaving court.

Jenna Louise Driscoll was leaving Brisbane's Police Watch House on Saturday, 18 April, when she was approached by Shakespeare.

When the photographer took a photo of the woman, she swung a bottle at him and shouted "F**k off" at him.

Driscoll had been arrested on Friday 17 April, after she arrived at Stafford police station to fulfil her bail conditions.

A warrant had been issued for her arrest after she failed to appear in court on 7 April to answer seven charges of supplying or trafficking drugs, unlawful wounding, and three charges of bestiality.

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"This isn't something you'd normally expect, it's quite unusual. The last case I can recall was a few years ago, it certainly isn't something we hear reported often," said Mark Townend, chief executive of RSPCA Queensland.

Police allegedly found three videos on Driscoll's phone showing her having sex with a dog while they were investigating her for allegedly dealing cannabis in October, according to the Courier Mail.

Driscoll, 25, plead guilty before Magistrate Bronwyn Springer for failing to previously appear in court and was fined $250 for the offence.

Her defence counsel, Kate McArthur, told the Brisbane Magistrates Court that her client was not aware she had missed a court date.

"She accepts she should have been more proactive in getting the details from the court," McArthur said in a Brisbane Times report.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Scott Pearson said Driscoll had allegedly been dealing cannabis to friends.

Text messages showed that Driscoll had arranged for 113 grams of the drug to be sold for A$1,150 ($598.94) and on another occasion 85 grams for A$900 (£598.94), according to Sgt Pearson.

Driscoll will face court again on 27 April.