umemuona kijan ahuyo kamwagiwa sulphuric acid....ndokawa hivo jamani tujiepushe........ Awais Akram was left severely disfigured after he was targeted in revenge for his liaison with businesswoman Sadia Khatoon, whom he met on Facebook. When her husband and family found out, they got Ms Khatoon, 24, to lure the victim out of his flat, where concentrated sulphuric acid was poured over his head. Mr Akram, who was left with 47 per cent burns, said he was in so much pain at the time that he wanted to die. 'My whole body started to burn,' he said. He said: 'When I started feeling this, I did not know how to understand it. 'At that point I just felt that I would be dead. Death was, I felt, a better solution than to be burning like this.' One witness said he looked like a 'cross between a zombie from a horror movie and the Incredible Hulk' after the attack last July. Ms Khatoon and her husband Shakeel Abassi, 32, later disappeared in Pakistan and detectives said they now feared for her safety. Her brother Mohammed Vakas admitted pouring the acid on Mr Akram, during a taped police van conversation with cousin and fellow conspirator Mohammed Adeel.