You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA man whose ex girlfriend poured concentrated sulphuric acid over him while he slept and left him blind has spoken of the lasting impact of the horrific attack.Daniel Rotariu thought he been covered in hot water at first, but the reality was so much worse and changed his life forever.The 35 year old suffered severe burns and lost his sight after his former partner Katie Leong poured the acid over him in a shared house in Leicester in July 2016.Mr Rotariu, who has since married wife Anna and is now living in Nottinghamshire with his family, said he still has nightmares about what happened.He told Nottinghamshire Live : “I can pass one day without swearing at Katie for what she did.Man lockdown hell as pours into 725 a month room waterfall They tied the knot in Romania in May 2019, the country where Mr Rotariu grew up with his family.”For my friends they have this same plan of growing up, having a wife and kids and everything,” he said.”It was very important that the day came for me.”The best day of my life was when David was born this was the second.”Mr Rotariu previously underwent cosmetic treatment in Nottingham which boosted his confidence and self esteem.The procedure, which involved placing pigment into his scalp, gave him the appearance of hair.Before the treatment Mr Rotariu regularly wore a hat and he had a positive reaction from friends and family.Speaking before about the results, his wife, who works at the Queen Medical Centre, said: “I am just so happy that he feeling much more confident with himself.Get the day biggest stories to your email sign up for the Mirror newsletter”He was always hiding himself. He was always wearing a hat with a hoody to make sure no one saw his hair.”After this scalp micro pigmentation, it made such a difference. People started complementing him.”Living with his family in a rented bungalow, Mr Rotariu said: “We are applying for a mortgage, we are looking for a house.”.
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