A British woman was stabbed 11 knives in a scarf that was too strong to wear to retrieve her life.

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 A British woman was stabbed 11 knives in a scarf that was too strong to wear to retrieve her life.


It is reported that Alexandra Venon, a 25-year-old saleswoman, was stabbed 11 times all over her body in November 2018 when she was attacked with a knife by gangsters in Southend, Essex.

Fortunately, because of the cold weather on that day, Alexandra grabbed a scarf with her hand just before going out. It was the scarf for 5 that helped her withstand the fatal blow. I decided to wear it at the last minute before going out, but it saved my life, she said.

It turned out that when the gangster thrust a 10-centimeter-long sharp knife into Alexandras neck, the scarf was too strong to be pierced, so only a small part of the blade pierced Alexandras neck and saved her life. After the knife was stuck in Alexandras neck by a scarf, the gangster fled the scene in bad shape. Alexandra was then taken to hospital. It is reported that she was stabbed in the shoulder, back, chest, arm and neck. Doctors removed the sharp knife stuck in her neck. Shortly after the incident, James Thomas, 24, surrendered to police that he had stabbed people. He told the police that a few days before the attack, he bought a 10-centimeter-long sharp knife. To avoid suspicion, he purchased a black plastic spoon as a cover. Thomas was subsequently convicted of attempted homicide and sentenced to 16 years in prison. Source: Chi Guojie_NBJ11143, Responsible Editor of CNN

It turned out that when the gangster thrust a 10-centimeter-long sharp knife into Alexandras neck, the scarf was too strong to be pierced, so only a small part of the blade pierced Alexandras neck and saved her life.

After the knife was stuck in Alexandras neck by a scarf, the gangster fled the scene in bad shape.

Alexandra was then taken to hospital. It is reported that she was stabbed in the shoulder, back, chest, arm and neck. Doctors removed the sharp knife stuck in her neck.

Shortly after the incident, James Thomas, 24, surrendered to police that he had stabbed people. He told the police that a few days before the attack, he bought a 10-centimeter-long sharp knife. To avoid suspicion, he purchased a black plastic spoon as a cover. Thomas was subsequently convicted of attempted homicide and sentenced to 16 years in prison.