One of the world’s top plastic surgeons has offered to work for free to rebuild the face of a London woman left disfigured in an acid attack. Naomi Oni, 20, suffered severe chemical burns to her head, face, neck, arms, legs and body after an unknown attacker dressed in a niqab threw acid at her five minutes from her home in Dagenham, east London. Ms Oni, a store assistant at Victoria’s Secret in the Westfield Stratford shopping centre, needed almost a month of skin grafts and specialist treatment at a burns unit at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford. She has been warned she may need years of further treatment and is still partially blind in her right eye. Leading American cosmetic surgeon Cap Lesesne, who has operated on royalty, pop stars, Hollywood actors and US senators, contacted the Standard to offer his help after reading of Ms Oni’s plight.FROM THE EDITORS: Naomi, you are still Beautiful in our eyes, and loved and supported Worldwide. We hope and pray for your speedy recovery. And a giant Fuck You may you rot in Hell, to whomever did this to you.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Update on beautiful Victoria Secret's shopgirl attacked with acid by unknown assailant wearing a Muslim burka
From Eric Dondero: Naomi Oni was walking home from work, minding her own business, when a woman dressed in a burka threw acid in her face. Oni works at a central London Victoria Secrets. The attack occured on "International Wear a Hijab Day" sponsored by various Muslim groups worldwide. Still no arrests. Some good news though. From the London Evening Standard reports: