Two English women, Lucy Viner-Mood, 22, and 18-year-old Lois Gibson , both of Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, (England) were arrested on July 30, 2010. Detectives said they exhibited 'feral' behavior.
Investigation showed the two had scalded a female love rival with boiling water and sugar during a “sadistic” 18-hour ordeal. They also cut the victim's hair, knocked her unconscious and woke her up by stubbing a cigarette out on her back. The victim, who was not named in court, suffered burns believed to have been caused by a lighter, two black eyes - swollen to the point where they could not open - and a nasal bone fracture. A heavy metal neck chain was used to hit her around the head and she was kicked and struck repeatedly with a high-heeled shoe during the attack at Viner-Mood's flat.
[Based on: “'Feral and sadistic' women jailed for beating and torturing love rival in horrifying 18-hour ordeal,” Daily Mail Online (London, England),
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