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Man, 80, Accused Over Acid Attack On Ex-Partner, 20

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A scarred acid attack victim today told a court of the horrific moment she had the liquid thrown in her face by a masked man in an assault allegedly arranged by her 80-year-old Muslim ex-lover.

Vikki Horsman, 20, was left horribly burned and disfigured after she was doused with the sulphuric acid as she went to answer the door at her friend's house in Tividale, West Midlands.

Her pensioner ex-lover, Mohammed Rafiq, is accused of arranging the attack in revenge for Miss Horsman, who had converted to Islam during their relationship, breaking up with him.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2848597/Muslim-pensioner-80-arranged-sulphuric-acid-thrown-19-year-old-ex-girlfriend-s-face-revenge-break-converted-Islam.html

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Miss Horsman, who now suffers 'terrible' scarring across her face and neck, met Rafiq in 2010 through a friend, shortly after her mother, father and grandmother died within a short period of time.

Terrible thing to happen when you're 16, you reach out for a new family in the form of a friendly face. WHo then takes advantage of you.

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Not the acid part,

the 80 year old man and 20 year old woman part.

Women are motivated by money and security, men by sex. Young men should get with it, plenty of advantages to an octogenarian woman like actually being able to afford a house on somebody else's money and not having to work.

Advantages of an older woman.........

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/04/joan-collins-sex-percy-gibson_n_4724558.html

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