Friday, 31. October 2014
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A jealous Chinese woman knocked a suspected love rival unconscious before stripping her naked, and then tying her up so that she could cut off her breasts with a pair of scissors.
The horrific attack happened in city of Heshan in south-eastern China’s Guangdong province when 27-year-old Xiao Lin was at home watching television.
She later told her husband Xiao Luo, 28, that she had gone to answer the door and as it opened someone had kicked it, knocking her in the head and making her fall to the floor. A bag had been put over her head and unable to see she had been stripped and then tied up.
He told local media: "She thought maybe it was a sex attacker but it was something much worse. The attacker cut off her breasts with a pair of scissors."
After the brutal attack the young woman, who was in agony, had the hood pulled from her face and she recognised that her attacker was a lone woman, a person that she had once worked with at a local factory named Meng Tsao.
According to detectives who arrested Meng, she admitted carrying out the attack and said it was because the other woman had stolen her husband.
However when they spoke to the husband Meng Pan, he denied that he had been in an affair with Xiao Lin, although he did have a crush on her - but said she had turned him down.
He said he had once told his wife that he found Xiao Lin attractive, so when he then decided to file for divorce, his wife had become convinced that Xiao Lin was to blame and decided to get revenge.
The attacker Meng has been arrested and Xiao Lin has been hospitalised where medics said it was impossible to reattach her severed breasts.
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