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Former Gay Lover Dawns Rabbit Head and Attacks Ex-Boyfriend’s New Flame



Bristol, England - Apparently, the old adage that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned has proven to be antiquated as it equally applies to both genders. In a modern day case of the 1987 thriller "Fatal Attraction", 46-year-old homosexual Mark Pritchard could not get over his lover, Lee Corbin, dumping him for another man. However, Pritchard had no intention of harming Corbin. He simply wanted to get rid of the competition, literally. So he rented a large rabbit head and arrived at the home of Corbin's new boyfriend, Martin Williams. Pritchard, posing as Corbin, convinced Williams that he was his lover and walked into the residence bearing flowers and love notes.

Next, he seduced Williams into dawning a blindfold with the expectation of engaging in intimate bedroom acts. It was then that Pritchard struck with a chloroform laced handkerchief which was supposed to render Williams unconscious. It didn't work. The two men began fighting and in the struggle Pritchard's rabbit head came off revealing his true identity. Pritchard drew a knife and began stabbing Corbin repeatedly puncturing his neck and hips. Williams also sustained multiple injuries as a result of the struggle.

Williams then tried to appeal to Pritchard's ego and promised to break up with his lover. He even sent Corbin a text message calling off the relationship. Finally, Pritchard appears to have come to his senses as Williams was bleeding out from his knife wounds. He fled the scene and Williams phoned for help. Before leaving, Pritchard handed his victim some towels to use a compresses to stench the bleeding. In the end, Pritchard was apprehended by police and put on trial for his crime. He has now been sent to prison for nine years. It isn't clear whether Williams remained in his relationship with Corbin.



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