A British woman cut the tattoo of her ex-boyfriend's name off with a scalpel, then mailed the flesh to him after learning that he cheated on her.
According to the Daily Mail, Torz Reynolds, 26, thought Stuart "Chopper" May had broken up with her so he could move to Alaska for a job. Soon after, she discovered that May was still living in London with his new girlfriend, who he had been seeing—and cheating on her with—for six months.
Following a 90-minute procedure that also reportedly involved tweezers (ouch), Reynolds removed the "Chopper's B****" tattoo from her arm, then sent the bloody flesh to his new home. She even sent it as registered mail so its status could be tracked online. "I packaged it up so it really did look like a present," she told the Daily Mail. That's legitimate, Alanis Morissette, "You Oughta Know"-level scorn.
Honestly, getting that tattoo removed was for the best. The thing is, there was a far less dramatic way of going about it. Happy Valentine's Day.