Scarred and sightless, he says the old Daniel has died from me that I’m never going to get back. I will never be the same. I will never forget the shock, then the pain as the acid burnt through my skin and the helplessness of not being able to stop it. Then the realisation my life changed forever.
“Acid attacks scar victims for life, not only on the outside but deep inside. Something has to change to stop these evil people from accessing their weapon.
“Sulphuric acid shouldn’t be sold to the public without a licence. It’s so easy to buy, it’s scandalous. How many lives need to be ruined before it’s banned?” New police statistics reveal attacks have increased by 50 per cent in just 12 months. The official toll since the start of 2015 is 1,375 – but the real figure is likely to be nearer 2,000. Daniel spoke after two teenagers were held over five acid attacks carried out by moped riders in London on Thursday. Police said one victim had “life-changing” injuries. Daniel’s own life changed in January 2015 when the press setter, originally from Romania, moved into
NEW LOVE Daniel with his girlfriend Anna