A bloke found himself completely unable to speak after a dog chewed off his lips in a horrifying attack that left him hospitalised.
Lewis Marno, from Bury, Manchester, posted of the attack on Facebook after his lips were chewed off almost entirely in an attack that has left him in "constant pain".
Marno's fiancé, Jordanna Holgate, took to the social media app to talk of the attack, saying that her future husband had been involved in a dog attack over the weekend.
Holgate also said that there were concerns after Lewis, who is self-employed, on making ends meet while he's on the road to recovery.
Posting to Facebook, Holgate said: "Over the weekend Lewis was involved in a dog attack to his face. Lewis is in a lot of constant pain and it breaks my heart to know there's not much I can do to help.
"But he is home and is healing and that's the most important thing. I am SO proud of him and really admire how brace he is being."
The brutal injury prompted Holgate to set up a fundraiser to raise some cash for Lewis as a way of minimising the stress after the horrific attack and allowing Lewis to "focus on healing."
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Lewis, who posted on Facebook that he had enjoyed "better bank holiday weekends," thanked those who had donated through the GoFundMe page, adding he would be "back to looking like a 10 out if 10 in no time".
He added that he was "taking suggestions now for my first meal" for when he is able to eat.
The fundraiser page reads: "Lewis was involved in a serious dog attack to his face, disfiguring his lip and surrounding area. As you can see from the photo he is struggling.
"He can't speak, eat, can hardly drink and in a lot of constant pain. His first lot of surgery went well and he is now in the process of recovery until further appointments and surgery over the coming days, weeks & months."
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