‘Cruel’ ex Googled ‘perfect’ acid to throw on woman before scarring her for life

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A “cruel and bitter” ex-boyfriend stalked his former girlfriend for months and chucked acid in her face as she came home from work.

Lucasz Przybyszewski, 37, had Googled the “perfect” acid to use in the days before the vile attack.

It was “only with sheer luck” that the victim’s glasses prevented the deadly liquid from going into her eyes, reports MyLondon.

But the 49-year-old woman was still left with chemical burns on her head and the acid tore through her denim jacket.

Months before the assault Przybyszewski wrote threatening messages on a white balloon outside her address that wrote: “ “You w****, I will pour acid onto your face but the kids will also pay," cops said.

He then sent another evil text that read: “Be aware that you are not going to look in the mirror ever again.”

The day of the gruesome attack on September 10 last year, Przybyszewski followed his ex on a bike through the Greenford area of London.

She told him to stop and boarded a bus whilst she frantically rang her new boyfriend and told him to meet her at her stop at around 10:45pm.

But the monster followed the bus on his bike.

When she got off and started to walk along the road, he cycled over to her and splashed the acid from a bottle onto her face.

Whilst the victim’s partner tried to help her, Przybyszewski fled from the scene.

He was found guilty of putting a person in fear of violence by harassment, applying a corrosive fluid with intent and causing grievous bodily harm with intent following a trial at Isleworth Crown Court on Tuesday (July 13).

Przybyszewski will be sentenced at the same court on September 28.

David Siebler, Senior Crown Prosecutor for the area, said: “This was a cruel and bitter attack on a woman at the hands of a former partner who just would not accept that their relationship had ended.

“Lucasz Przybyszewski relentlessly harassed his victim for months before resorting to acid as his weapon to carry out this despicable attack against her.

"This victim has shown immense courage by coming into court to face Przybyszewski and give evidence against him during the trial.

"All women should have the right to make decisions about their own relationships without fearing violent reprisals.

"The CPS is committed to throwing the full force of the law behind prosecutions against those who commit violent crimes against women where there is the evidence to do so."

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