Woman Slave was Chained to a Desk for 2 Years & Got So Hungry She Would Eat Wrapping On Clothes

Woman Slave was Chained to a Desk for 2 Years & Got So Hungry She Would Eat Wrapping On Clothes

A woman enslaved by a Mexican family for more than 2 years was tortured and chained by her neck to desk. She became so hungry that she would eat the plastic wrapping on the clothes she was forced to iron. More horrific details on her ordeal:

Zunduri

The 22-year-old, known only as Zunduri, managed to escape her captors and is recovering from her ordeal in hospital in Mexico City.

She was forced to work in a dry cleaning business, ironing clothes for 12 hours a day, and was allowed only one meal a day.

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Doctors say Zunduri, who has anaemia, was tortured so badly she was left with a body more like that of an old-age pensioner.

If she stopped work for a rest she was beaten with a wrench, a tie and other instruments causing her multiple wounds. Her back was also burned with an iron.

Zunduri’s neck is horrifically scarred, her back and arms are covered in wounds and she has cuts and bruises elsewhere all across her emaciated frame.

She sometimes got so hungry she would eat the polythene packaging on the garments she had pressed to fill the void in her stomach, she told police.

Zunduri finally managed to escape when her brutal captors failed to chain her up properly and she fled the dry cleaners.

She said: ‘I was tortured. There is no part on my body without scars.

‘I want them to pay for every tear, every pain, every blow for everything I have had to suffer.

‘My life plan is to live. I want to be a pastry chef, I want to live, I want to recover all the years I have lost.

‘I don’t want the world to know my name, just call me Zunduri, it’s Japanese. A friend of mine is named like that. It means beautiful girl.’

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VID Abused  Woman Escapes Slavery In Mexico

VID Abused  Woman Escapes Slavery In Mexico

Zunduri, you are beautiful no matter what these horrible monsters did to you. No one can ever take beauty from within. I hope that your dream of being a pastry chef comes true, and that you can heal from these horrible wounds. May G-d bless you, little angel.

Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie, On Facebook, or email the author at [email protected]

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