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Old 10-03-2007, 02:47 AM
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In the television advert for Quorn, a moody schoolgirl sitting down to dine with her family threatens her plate-robbing brother with the words: 'Eat my food, feel my fork'.

Tracey Wenn said the same thing when she found that her partner had wolfed down the pork chop dinner she had prepared for herself.

But she then went a stage further, and stabbed Anthony Donkin in the leg with a kitchen knife.

She said she intended only to 'prick' 56-year-old Mr Donkin, her partner of five years, as a joke. But she slipped and the blade made a wound almost 3in deep behind his knee, Hull Crown Court was told.

Realising what she had done, 45-year- old Wenn immediately screamed 'I'm sorry, I'm sorry'. She dialled 999 and waited anxiously for police and paramedics to arrive.

The court heard Mr Donkin pulled the knife out himself and the injury turned out to not be serious.

Woman yelled 'eat my pork, feel my fork' as she stabbed partner who stole her chop | the Daily Mail

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Old 10-03-2007, 06:07 AM
Location: Central Jersey - Florida
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I think Wenn's statement was priceless..."They were lovely pork chops as well"! Gotta love the brits.
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