Danish news agency Ritzau reported that police were called to a shopping centre in Horsholm, a city of 46,000 close to Copenhagen, to confront a woman wearing a niqab garment covering her face.
Police obtained CCTV footage of the incident.
She was given a 1,000 kroner fine (£120) after refusing to remove it on the request of the police.
"During the fight her niqab came off, but by the time we arrived she had put it back on again", Borchersen said. "This ban will have a particularly negative impact on Muslim women who choose to wear the niqab or burqa", said Gauri van Gulik, Amnesty International's Europe director, upon the ban's passage.
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Both women have been charged for fighting in public, but the Muslim woman was also fined for failing to obey the new law.
The new burka law means that all forms of clothing that cover the face are now banned in public spaces, unless they serve a creditable objective.
Veiled women take part in a demonstration against the veil ban.
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Human rights campaigners have slammed the ban as a violation of women's rights, while supporters argue it enables better integration of Muslim immigrants into Danish society.
Repeated offenders could be fined as much as 10,000 kroner (£1,193).
It does not mention burkas and niqabs by name, but warns that anyone who wears a garment that hides their face in public will be fined, including balaclavas, fake beard and masks.
Full or partial bans are also in place in France, Austria, Bulgaria and the German state of Bavaria.
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