Relationships can be pleasant as long as both the parties involved are committed and passionate about it. However, if there’s breach of trust from any one side, things may become really bad. Emily Javier, thought that her boyfriend was cheating on her as she found Tinder on his phone, girl’s hair in the shower drain and scratches on his back. While he was asleep, she attacked him with the sword that she had bought and taped on the side of the bed.
30-year-old Emily was apparently tired of her boyfriend being glued to the gaming on his phone, and also suspected him of cheating on her. In order to see better while attacking him, she used the light from her phone to see and aim better. Alex Lovell, her boyfriend, woke up and his self-defence instincts kicked in. They had been dating for two years now. He told Oregonian/OregonLive in an interview this week over Facebook messenger, “I was able to wing chun my way to survival,” he said referring to a Chinese martial art, reported The Washington Post.