This Woman Cut Out The Tattoo Of Her Ex-Boyfriend’s Name And Then Mailed The Skin To Him

Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Why mail a card when you can mail your flesh?

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They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned - and here's a woman who's taken that fury to a terrifying new level in all literal sense

When 26-year-old Torz Reynolds found out her boyfriend of two years had been cheating on her she took revenge, in the most gruesome way possible.

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Miss Reynolds, from London, had thought Stuart 'Chopper' May broke up with her because he moved to Alaska to take a dream job. She even saw him off, tearfully, at the airport. But a week later Miss Reynold found out he had instead allegedly moved in with a woman he'd allegedly been having an affair with for six months.

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She decided she needed to remove her tattoo. With a scalpel. And then send the skin to him.

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Miss Reynolds was shocked when she discovered from friends that Chopper was still in the UK and had allegedly moved in with his new woman.

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It took her an hour and a half to carefully slicing the skin from her arm. She then used a pair of dissection tweezers to peel the skin back.

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Afterwards, the remnants of the tattoo were put in a jar, wrapped up with a bow and sent via recorded delivery to her former lover

Miss Reynolds even tracked it online so she knew for definite that Chopper, 24, had received it.

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Miss Reynolds, originally from Colchester, Essex, said: 'I packaged it up so it really did look like a present. I even used different handwriting so he'd have no idea that it was me.

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'I can't imagine what his reaction was. I wish I could have been there to see it.'

'I don't like pain, but the skin coming off was actually quite relaxing. It was the after-pain that hurt the most. It felt like a nasty stinging sensation and putting on clothes was a difficult task,' said Miss Reynolds.

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'I'd always planned to send the skin to Chopper. After I had posted it to him, I didn't receive a response from him. 'Removing the tattoo like that was definitely closure. I like to get over things quickly and I always delete someone completely out of my life.'

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

She posted an image of the bloody result to Facebook in December. When a friend called the act "crazy," she replied, "Crazy was getting his name tattooed in the first place. . . cutting it out was just necessary! ;-P"

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She then conceded that she may end up getting someone else's name tattooed on her body, because "Its not lyk there permanent! Haha! [sic]"

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But this is not the first time. This Facebook post from December 2013 indicates that she dealt with the tattooed name of a different lover in a similar fashion.

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