Get daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeA spurned mum of six took revenge on her ex lover by pouring bleach into his tank of ornamental fish gleefully saying “die, die die” in a video posted on WhatsApp, a court heard .Serena Reynoldson, 35, was furious that John Fitzpatrick had left her to deal with their four children and family pets after an alleged affair .She sent him a string of abusive messages calling him a “selfish f c” and vowed that he would not get “another year where you get what you want”.School gates row mum punched love rival on nose over husband’s secret affairReynoldson then filmed herself pouring bleach into his fish tank as she told him: “If I can’t have hobbies or a life, you can’t have them either”.In footage which she sent him on WhatsApp, she could be heard saying: “Bleach, right in there, drink it good.”Oh look, they’re drinking it. Die, die, die and die.”If I can’t have no hobbies or a life, you can’t have them either and I’m not paying for it.”I don’t think they are dying oh look, they are.”Let me get some more bleach.””Bleach, bleach and more bleach, let’s pour it in.”Bleach bleach bleach.”Do not think that you can have any hobbies and I can’t have fck all, selfish fcking cnt.”Oh no, they are all dying. Oh no, they are dead, look.”Oh no, poor fish.”Oxford Magistrates’ court heard how Mr Fitzpatrick had moved out after she accused him of having an affair.This left Reynoldson who has five children under the age of ten along with the children, a cat, a snake and the tropical fish.Mr Fitzpatrick called police after the incident on January 9 and the RSPCA were called in.Creepy ex boyfriend took pictures of his former lover in bed through keyholeShe had sent two WhatsApp videos to her ex partner threatening to harm the animals with rat poison.Reynoldson, of Witney, Oxon., told police in an interview that she did not know what the liquid was and she did not know what the consequences would be.She admitted a charge of causing unnecessary suffering to protected animals, contrary to Section 4 (1) of the animal Welfare Act 2006.RSPCA prosecutor Simon White said the crime was of the highest culpability and harm, and that bleach was not recognised as euthanasia for fish and they would have suffered before death..
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