A bitter ex-boyfriend who stabbed a screaming student 25 times and left her to bleed to death in a toilet just weeks after she dumped him,has been jailed for life.
Grzegorz Kosiec, 22, stabbed architecture student Karolina Chwiluk, 20, to death after she broke up with him and started going out with a new man.
Today, London’s Old Bailey heard how Ms Chwiluk could be heard screaming “Ouch” and “Stop” as her former partner launched the “frenzied” knife attack.
When Kosiec’s cousin Monica Fijak, 42, and her daughter’s boyfriend David Czerwiwski, 24, tried to save the victim, he then turned the blade on them.
Mr Czerwiwski and Ms Fijak were rushed to hospital after Kosiec fled the scene in Limehouse, east London, just before 11pm on May 4 this year.
According to the UK Sun, the victim, from Poland, had been studying interior architecture at the University of Westminster at the time of her death.
She also worked as a part-time waitress at the Polish embassy.
She first met Kosiec, a Polish labourer, during Christmas in 2014 at the two-bedroom flat in Dora Street where she was murdered.
Kosiec started seeing her regularly but they broke up in April this year after Ms Chwiluk got fed up of his drunken antics, the court heard.
The Polish labourer pleaded with his ex-girlfriend to take him back, sending her Facebook messages and following her around London.
But she soon moved on and started seeing builder Karol Gol.