Woman gets thumb partly sliced off as she shouts ‘I’m ready, I’ve got my duster’

A woman shouted 'I'm ready too, all I've got is my duster and my chain' in a violent exchange caught on camera.

Police have launched an investigation after footage emerged of a woman having her thumb sliced off by a knife welding man in a violent confrontation.

The violent incident is believed to have taken place in the Hyde area of Greater Manchester on Wednesday September 2 at around 6pm.

Distressing and graphic footage showed a woman dressed in purple tracksuit backing away while a man dressed in a white jumper and black shorts menacingly approaches her.

An argument already seems to be under way before the video began being recording, while the voices of both involved in the video become raised.

Footage shared by the Manchester Evening News then shows the argument quickly intensifying and turning violent with the woman appearing to swing a punch at the man.

He then produces a large knife from his waistband and makes a slashing movement towards the victim.

The king strikes who woman, catching her hand.

The man can be heard shouting: “I’ll stab you up, you little muppet.”

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The woman shouts back, saying: “I'm ready too, all I've got is my duster and my chain.”

When the man leaves the scene, the woman then shows her hand to the camera, showing it covered in blood and seemingly with part of her thumb missing.

Greater Manchester Police confirmed they are investigating the incident.

A police spokesperson said: ”Police were called at around 6pm on Wednesday, September 21 to a report of a stabbing in the Hyde area of Greater Manchester."

The spokesperson continued: "A man slashed a woman with a knife.

"The woman, aged in her 20s, was taken to hospital where she received treatment for a life-changing injury to her hand."

The police added to their statement, concluding: "Officers are aware of a video circulating online that purports to show this incident. Enquiries are ongoing to trace the offender."

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