Sicko carried out sex attacks on woman before threatening to ‘cook and bury her’

A vile sex attacker told his victim he would use hair straighteners to “cook her from the inside out”.

Ryan Neave, 39, formerly of Norris Green in Liverpool, also said he would ”cut her up and disfigure her", or "drown her and bury her in a way that meant no one would find her body", Liverpool Crown Court heard.

An eyewitness went to police after one of the incidents.

Neave told him: “You are going to lose an eye.”

The 39-year-old refused to show his face in court when he was due to be sentenced for the humiliating and degrading treatment, The Liverpool Echo reports.

He was found guilty of six counts of sexual assault, two counts of witness intimidation, and two other counts, which cannot be reported for legal reasons.

Neave's previous offences include breaking a man's jaw with a hammer while operating as a drug dealer in the Norris Green area.

A judge labelled him a "dangerous" offender and jailed him for 13 years on November 9, with an extended five years on licence.

Another thug, formerly from the village of Pensby in Merseyside, was jailed this month after breaking his fiancee’s fingers.

Buckley Town footballer Lewis Hone, who runs a flooring company, assaulted his partner at their home after accusing her of cheating on him.

The 29-year-old had gone on a night out and returned home in North Wales on June 8 last year.

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Hone accused the woman of cheating on him, before slapping her in the face four or five times and smashing her mobile phone.

He broke a mirror in another room, sending shards of glass over his fiancee, who fled into the street and was rescued by a neighbour, North Wales Live reported.

Hone's victim – who was undergoing radiotherapy for cancer – suffered fractures to the base of two fingers which had been bent back, which now causes her pain when typing at work.

The dad-of-two admitted assault causing actual bodily harm, assaulting an emergency worker and criminal damage at Mold Crown Court.

He claimed he was remorseful in court, but when jailed for nine months on November 12 Horne shouted: "Absolute joke, pleb."

A sex attacker who molested a vulnerable woman was also imprisoned.

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John Lawrence, from St Helens in Merseyside, was battered in jail and appeared via video link in court with a visible eye injury.

The cocaine and steroids abusing bully was due to stand trial for rape but after admitting sexual assault, putting a person in fear of violence and causing grievous bodily harm, prosecutors dropped the rape charge.

He subjected his victim to a humiliating sex attack and sent her threatening and abusive texts, later inflicting a serious assault on her.

A judge labelled Lawrence a "dangerous" offender and told him to sign the Sex Offenders Register for life at Liverpool Crown Court.

He was jailed for seven years and one month in total, with an extended four years on licence.

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