A woman has become the first person in Denmark to be charged with wearing a face veil in public, after a ban came into effect on Wednesday.
Mr Borcher said: 'During the fight her niqab came off, but by the time we arrived she had put it back on again'.
Police were called to the scene and reviewed CCTV footage of the incident, which took place in a shopping centre in Horsholm, around 15 miles north of the capital Copenhagen yesterday.
Following the Danish vote in May, Amnesty International's Gauri van Gulik said in a statement: "All women should be free to dress as they please and to wear clothing that expresses their identity or beliefs".
The other woman was also charged with disturbing the peace.
The woman was fined $156 for wearing a full face veil in public and asked to either take the garment off or leave the shopping centre.
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Danish protesters dressed in burkas, masks and false beards to defy a new law outlawing the wearing of veils in public.
The law allows people to cover their face when there is a "recognisable purpose" like cold weather or complying with other legal requirements, such as using motorcycle helmets under Danish traffic rules.
Around 13-hundred people - mostly women - sported masks, niqabs and full-body burqas, as they marched, . despite the various penalties including an 120 USA dollar fine for first-time offenders or up to six months in jail for repeated offences.
Civil liberties campaigners and Muslim women's advocacy groups have argued that the ban is discriminatory.
Belgium, France, Germany and Austria have also imposed bans or partial bans of full-face veils.