Scorned Woman Pulls Out All Of Ex-Boyfriend's Teeth
Apr 30, 2012 11:34
Here's a story that sits right up there on the break-up nightmare scenarios list. A guy who was dating his dentist decided to break her heart by dumping her. Apparently, he wasn't all that upset about the breakup because he showed up at her office for a little mouth service. What he winded up with was nothing but a mouthful of gums.
Marek Olszewski of Poland had gone to his ex-lover, dentist Anna Mackowiak, to fix a toothache. She allegedly gave Olszewski a massive dose of anesthetic before pulling out every one of his teeth while he lay there unconscious. She finished off by wrapping his jaw with bandages before walking away.
When Olszewski finally came to, he says, "I knew something was wrong because when I woke up I couldn't feel any teeth and my jaw was strapped up with bandages." But he apparently didn't realize the extent of what she'd done to him until he arrived back at his apartment: "[W]hen I got home I looked in the mirror and couldn't f—-ing believe it. The b—-h had emptied my mouth."
Mackowiak tried to explain her actions by saying, "I tried to be professional and detach myself from my emotions. But when I saw him lying there I just thought, ‘What a bastard.'" As for Olszewski, he's now going to have to get dental implants. Here's hoping he doesn't wind up pissing off his next dentist.
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