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Woman’s fake breasts burst after knife attack

A Swedish man who stabbed his girlfriend in the chest on Sunday night, causing her silicone implants to rupture and leak out, has been arrested by police.

Woman's fake breasts burst after knife attack

The 35-year-old attacked his girlfriend in the early hours of Monday morning in Landskrona, southern Sweden, according to the TT news agency.

“He has stabbed his partner in the breasts so that the silicone has leaked out,” said Nils-Erik Svensson, of the local police to the Helsingborgs Dagbladet newspaper.

Police managed to arrest and detain the man at 2.30am.

The woman, who is in her forties, was taken to hospital in Helsingborg where her injuries have been labelled by the emergency services as “not life-threatening”, wrote the paper.

It is believed the couple was fighting before the stabbing, and that the first call was made to authorities at 1am.

According to the officers, the man was already well-known by the police and had been for “many years” after repeated instances of violence.

The 35 year old man is now suspected of aggravated assault, and is set to appear in court on Monday.

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‘Zlatan is a very intelligent guy and a very proud man’

Manchester United manager José Mourinho is looking forward to working with Zlatan Ibrahimovic again next season after declaring the Swedish striker's contract extension will be a formality.

'Zlatan is a very intelligent guy and a very proud man'
Zlatan Ibrahimovic representing Manchester United in the Boxing Day match. Photo: AP Photo/Rui Vieira

Ibrahimovic, 35, arrived from Paris Saint-Germain in July on a one-year deal with an option for a further year, which Mourinho in November indicated United would look to take up.

After the footballer scored once and made two goals in United's 3-1 win over Sunderland on Monday, Mourinho said the clause had not been activated yet, but would be.

“It is activated in his brain and it is activated also in my decisions and in the owners' and the board's. So it is no problem,” said Mourinho.

Ibrahimovic's goal agains Sunderland means that he has scored 50 times across all competitions for club and country during 2016, the year he retired from international football with Sweden.

“I am not really surprised because he is a very intelligent guy and a very proud man,” Mourinho said.

“He decided to come to Manchester United and to the Premier League, to a club with the level of expectation of Manchester United, in the most difficult league in the world for a striker.

“When he decides to come here, it is because he knows he can do it.”

“When we contacted him and he said, yes, he will come, I was sure that he was not coming here to leave the Premier League without proving himself.”

“To leave the Premier League having failed at Manchester United? No way. When such a guy decided to come, I was completely clear that he would be ready and he is ready for more next season. He will be here again,” said Mourinho.

Ibrahimovic set up Daley Blind to put United ahead in the 39th minute and then ran through to score from Paul Pogba's pass before setting up Henrikh Mkhitaryan for a spectacular 'scorpion kick' volley.

United secured a fourth successive Premier League win, and extended their unbeaten record in all competitions to 11 matches.