A court has heard how Dalya Saeed allegedly stabbed her ex-husband and then tried to pull out his intestines using a carving knife after they had sex.
Her ex-husband, Bilal Mir, desperately tried to push his intestines back into his stomach as he tried to flee the attack.
Dalya Saeed claimed that she only defending herself after he tried to rape her.
Birmingham Crown Court was told after she stabbed him, Ms Saeed then allegedly also hit Mr Mir with a frying pan hit and pepper grinder and then tried to attack him with a machete as he tried to flee.
The 34 year old admitted stabbing her husband, claiming it was self defense after he tried to rape her and attack her with a machete but denies attempted murder.
Mr Mir, 31, came to the UK on a student visa and met Ms Saeed while they both worked at a restaurant in Birmingham.
The couple married and had a daughter but split up in 2013. Mr Mir has since remarried.
Mr Mir claims his ex-wife phoned him on October 19 last year and requested him to come and see her at her home in Forest road, Moseley, so that they could discuss “something important” about their daughter.
He arrived in the early hours of the morning and talked about their daughter and then Mr Mir claims they had consensual sex.
He then claims he told her that was a mistake and would not happen again and started to leave.
And that is when Mr Mir claims Ms Saeed attacked him, he said: ‘She started to kiss my lips, my neck and my chest and then all of a sudden, within a blink of an eye, she stabbed me twice in the belly.’
‘I do not know whether the knife was under the bed or in her robe.’
‘I said to her, ‘What have you done?’ She then stood up and stabbed me again.’
‘I grabbed the knife from her. When I grabbed the knife my intestines were out. She was trying to hold on to my intestines and pull them.’
‘She pulled part of them off. I threw the knife behind a sofa and held the rest of them in my belly.’
He then claims he managed to flee from Ms Saeed’s house and ran out into the street shouting for help but Ms Saeed allegedly continued to try and attack him until Mr Mir managed to get into another property.
Paul Western, prosecuting, said Mr Mir was later treated for a number of injuries and that the ones he suffered to his abdomen had been “life threatening”.
He added: “The violence used by Dalya Saeed was without justification.
‘The clearest evidence of the defendant’s intention to kill Bilal Mir is that she ripped or possibly cut part of his intestines from his body, having cut open his abdomen.’
The trial continues..