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Jilted lover slices off tattoo of ex's name

Published On: Feb 14 2014 09:23:24 AM CST   Updated On: Feb 14 2014 10:17:12 AM CST
Woman slices off tattoo

Screengrab of Torz Reynolds/Facebook

Love hurts. But one British woman took that pain to another level.

Jilted by a cheating lover, 26-year-old Torz Reynolds recently took a blade to her forearm and sliced off a tattoo of her ex-boyfriend's name.

Then she sent him the skin in the mail.

Reynolds told the Daily Star her ex had told her he moved to Alaska for a new job.

But it turns out, he was still back home in Tiptree, Essex, shacking up with another woman.

According to the Daily Mail, Reynolds numbed the area Vasocaine spray before slicing a rectangle around the words "Chopper's B*tch" and pulling it off with a tweezers.

"Posting the tattoo to Chopper sent a clear message," she told the Daily Star. "Now he knows never to mess with me again."

Click here to see the graphic photos.

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