“My love, don't die, please forgive me”: lady pleas after stabbing her boyfriend

“My love, don’t die, please forgive me,” the plea of a lady who stabbed her boyfriend in the stomach, after an argument and when she realized her deeds, she asked forgiveness. The events occurred on Sunday in the city of Iguala, Guerrero state, Mexico.

The stabbed young man, 29 years old, was transferred to a hospital by the Civil Protection services of the city and after spending a few hours in an intensive care, he undergone surgery and now in a stable condition, according to local reports.

“My love, don't die, please forgive me”: lady pleas after stabbing her boyfriend

The incident occurred at noon this Sunday in a local hotel of Iguala to which the couple entered. Soon argument arises in the room for reasons that have not yet been clarified, according to the authorities.

The employees of the hotel ignored the screams of the couple and only intervened when the man left the room with a knife in the stomach and his viscera exposed, being covered with one hand.

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The young lady that stabbed her boyfriend was seen on the video hugged her stabbed boyfriend and was telling him that she loved him and apologizing for her deed. Minutes later she laid him on the floor while the emergency services of the city arrived.

“My love, don't die, please forgive me”: lady pleas after stabbing her boyfriend

“My love, don’t die, please forgive me,” said the 23-years-old lady.

According to eyewitnesses, a policeman who arrived at the scene of the incident failed to transfer the injured person, he argued that “his patrol car had no fuel.” The lady who stabbed her lover was accused by the hotel employees as the alleged aggressor, for which she was arrested and now under detention of the public prosecutor, who has not given any count charges against her.

In Mexico, Guerrero is the 22nd state in emergency calls related to incidents of violence against an intimate partner with a total of 815 calls from January to June 2018. In medical care per unit, it is in fourth place with 3,700 patients, figures according to the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Security System.

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