Footage has emerged of a hunt saboteur being confronted by a man who then knocks her phone out of her hand.
Police are investigating following the clash on land in Bethersden, near Ashford, on Wednesday afternoon.
It is understood the hunt saboteurs had been trespassing at the time in their attempts to prevent illegal hunting.
At the start of the 25-second clip, the man is seen walking towards the camera, saying: “F*** off, you don’t know anything about the country. You f*****g towny t**ts.”
He then looks at the camera and says: “Go on, off my property – off my property now.”
As she backs away, the hunt saboteur can be heard replying: “Yeah, I’m going off. I’m walking away.”
The man then points and says: “The gateway’s that way.”
Moments later he is seen swinging his arm towards the phone.
After the device falls onto the floor, he shouts “here’s her face” as the woman can be heard screaming.
He again says “here’s her face, hiding” before the video stops.
The hunt saboteur, who was with the West Kent Hunt Sabs and has asked not to be identified, told KentOnline: “I was filming them from some distance.
“For most of the day, it can be relatively civil because we both care about the horses and hounds.
“We never want aggression but when they come at us in that way it definitely implies that something is going to happen and the stress level increases.”
Kent Police have confirmed they attended following a report of a disturbance on land near Bull Hill, Bethersden, on Wednesday afternoon.
A spokesman added: “Officers spoke to those present and allegations and a counter-allegation of assault were made.
“An investigation to establish the full circumstances is ongoing.”
It is understood the cyclist had previously engaged in a discussion with the rider on the road.