A woman who kicked a train passenger in the face with her stiletto heel after he asked her boyfriend to take his feet off a seat is facing jail.
Laura Cook, 29, aimed the kick after Nicholas Rogers, 31, launched a vicious attack on City worker Ian Garven.
Mr Garven, 30, was left with a large gash on his cheek and needed stitches at hospital afterwards.
Cook, a secretary, and Rogers, who had been to a champagne reception before the attack, both denied causing actual bodily harm but were convicted unanimously by a jury today.
They face up to five years in jail when they are sentenced next month.
Southwark Crown Court heard how Mr Garven was with a friend on a late train heading from London Liverpool Street to Southend in Essex on February 16 last year when Rogers and Cook got into the same carriage.
Prosecutor James Harris said: 'Rogers had his feet on the seat and Mr Garven made a complaint about this and an argument ensued.'
CCTV footage seen by the jury showed company PA Cook pacing up and down the carriage before Rogers lunged at Mr Garven, who lives in Billericay, Essex.
Mr Harris added: 'The Crown say it was, to a large extent, conducted and maintained by Miss Cook who got up and, in the corridor of the train, walked backwards and forwards in an agitated and aggressive way.
'At this point, Mr Rogers tried to tell her not to behave in this way and it appeared the argument subsided.
'But then, without warning, Mr Rogers got up and started to assault Mr Garven, pinning him to the floor.
'Cook then strode over to the defendant and began kicking him with her high heel.'
A railway employee contacted police after spotting the assault.
When four officers arrived and asked what had happened, Cook showed them an injury on her boyfriend's neck and pointed at Mr Garven, a credit controller for an insurance firm.
Mr Garven was arrested on suspicion of assault but complained he had been the victim and the officers arrested Cook after spotting blood on her hand.
During the two-day trial, Cook, of Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, claimed Mr Garven had started a countdown from ten to one after telling her boyfriend to move his feet and kept calling him a 'poof' and 'gay'.
'When he got to number one - being when he was going to stand up - I was pretty scared,' she said.
Asked what happened when she went over to the two men as they grappled on the floor of the train, she added: 'I was just trying to break them up.'
She also denied causing the injury to Mr Garven's face.
Rogers, of Enfield, Middlesex, denied being drunk after the champagne where he had a vodka and coke followed by several glasses of wine.
He told the jury he only became involved because he was 'concerned for Laura's safety', adding he approached Mr Garven to 'defuse the situation'.
Rogers comforted Cook when she broke down in tears following the verdict.
Both refused to comment as they left the court.
Mr Garven was unavailable to comment.