7 Real Life Tales That Proves That Truly Hell Hath No Furry Than a Woman Scorned

Here are the Top 7 real life tales that proves that truly hell hath no fury than a woman scorned.
The tales below are in no particular order.

1. Lioness of Brittany

guilotine for beheading

A Frenchwoman, Jeanne de Clisson, became a pirate known as the Lioness of Brittany to seek retribution against the french king, philip vi and charles de bois after her husband was beheaded.

Considering their actions a cowardly murder, She sold all of her lands to buy 3 black ships brandishing red sails and to fund a pirate army, they hunted and destroyed all the French ships that they could for 13 years starting in 1343. When she caught nobles, she personally beheaded them with an axe.

2. Saint Olga


Princess Olga of Kiev was very dedicated in her revenge of her husband’s death. Her husband was killed in the neighboring Drevlian city. When many Drevlian suitors later came to court her, she had them all buried alive. She then tricked more Drevlians into coming to their death. Finally, she started an all-out attack on their city. When that failed, she demanded pigeons for peace, which the Drevlians obliged. She then attached coals to the pigeons feet and released them to fly home, resulting in much of the city burning down.

3. Barbeque

zambian woman burnt her sister

On the 24th of april 2016, an unknown Zambian woman made headlines when she committed the infamous act of dousing her sister and husband with fuel and setting them on fire after she came home and found both of them in bed

Apparently before the horrific incident, the couple had no problem whatsoever.

4. Sliced Twice

Bloody Scissors

Two timing dad-of-five Fan Lung, 32, made a very big mistake by using his wife’s mobile to send a mail to his lover and worst, he forgot to logout of his account. His wife Feng came across the message and several others, and flew into a rage. Grabbing a pair of scissors she stormed into their bedroom where he was sleeping and cut off his penis. Fortunately for him, Surgeons were able to reattach it. But heartbroken Feng wouldn’t allow him keep it. When no one was looking She sneaked into his hospital room and cut it off again. And this time she threw it out the window.

Doctors and police officers combed the area outside but failed to find the man’s missing member.

They believe it may have been taken by a stray dog or cat.

5. Sold


Laura Arnolds, 42, found out about her husband’s cheating ways when she discovered some steamy messages on his phone. But instead of getting mad, she decided to get even by planning the ultimate revenge. So when he went on a business trip to New York, she sold their marital home for a cut-price figure, had all the locks changed and packed her bags. When he returned home, he was locked outside and found six students lounging in the living room.

6. Anything But That

sliced her husband's penis

In 1993, Lorena Bobbitt made headlines when she committed the infamous crime of cutting off her husband’s penis while he was asleep, driving off with it, and throwing it into a field. John’s penis was eventually found after an exhaustive search, and it was re-attached in the hospital where he was being treated.

Lorena claimed in a court hearing that after coming home at night on June 23, 1993, her husband raped her and that was why she had committed the act.

7. Hammer Time

When her husband – kevin colley – left her for another woman, Pamela sanderson a mother-of-two went on a rampage with a hammer.
With the hammer she tore through the home he had set up with his new lover, smashing coffee tables, windows, televisions, toilet etc. Causing a total damage of £20,000.


Uzonna Anele
Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.


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