After briefly speaking to her, Lozina punched Elasmar several times and stomped on her head when she fell to the ground. Elasmar’s friends and other patrons leapt from their seats to restrain him.
She suffered minor injuries in the attack and her son was unharmed.
“If you feel the right to physically or verbally abuse somebody who looks a bit different than you, then Australia’s not the right country for you,” she told reporters outside court last month.
On Thursday, he was sentenced to a maximum three years in jail, with a non-parole period of two years.