Mother of two children Putu Careen has lost her feet after her jealous husband allegedly hacked off her feet with a machete in front of her two young children who were just nine and thirteen years old.

Reports says, the 33 year old mom who is a Housekeeper was mutilated in an alcohol-fuelled rage in one of the most “vile and vindictive” acts of violence in her native Canggu, Bali in South East Asia.

Horrific photos show the huge weapon believed to have been used in the attack at her house, left behind in a blood-soaked courtyard.

According to Local Police, the suspect ‘regretted’ his attack and drove the victim to the hospital on his Vario moped after inflicting the shocking injuries.

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Upon arrival Mrs Careen was pictured in agony on a hospital bed, with her bloodied legs bandaged as doctors battle to save her life.

Her children, who witnessed the horrendous scene were left with shock as they watch their mother suffering with so much pain.

Badung Police Chief and spokesman Yudith Satriya Hananta told newsmen that a machete had been used in the bloody crime, with a 31cm blade and a 15cm handle.

He said “The left leg of the victim broke from the ankle, while the victim’s right leg almost broke with a cut on the shin,”

However the victim’s 36 year old husband have been detained by the Police while an appeal has been launched to raise money for the victim’s care.

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The mum-of-two’s employer, Mr Lee a retired MMA fighter Australian Rohan Lee, made an appeal on a GoFundMe page, after it emerged she had to have her left leg amputated.

He said “This is one of the most vile and vindictive acts of violence I have ever witnessed,” he wrote on the page.

“But worst part is that in Indonesia there is limited welfare or government assistance for this kind.

This has left Putu without the ability to work to support her two children, pay for immediate medical treatment, prosthetic legs or any kind of rehab.

So far, generous people from across the globe have helped raise just over $58,000 (Australian, or £35,000) of the $100,000 (£61,000) target.

He said: “She’s helped me find accommodation, helped me with the local markets and everything in between.

“She even came to make me her home remedies when I was sick with Dengue fever.”

He added: “If you have ever had the pleasure of meeting Putu, you would know she is honestly one of the most genuinely kind and caring people you could ever meet.

“I struggle to see how anybody could do such a thing to such a loving and caring human being.”

Mr Lee has visited his friend in hospital and has vowed to keep supporters and well-wishers up to date with her progress.

“Despite everything she has been through she is still remaining positive and smiling in the same way she always has.

“It was so remarkable to see someone in her situation and was such a testament to the amazing woman and mother she is.”


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