Women violence
Women with make-up made to look like bruises participate a protest against violence towards women in front of the Parliament Reuters

In a shocking incident, a woman was attacked by her boyfriend because he was "bored" of her.

Michelina Lewandonwska, 27, was assaulted by her boyfriend Marcin Kasprzak, 25, with a taser stun gun and buried alive in a box, according to reports.

According to a BBC report, the Leeds Crown Court was told that Lewandowska was buried inside a shallow grave in a wooded area, in May. However, she managed to break away from the box and flag down a passing car. Lewandowska's boyfriend, Kasprzak, and his friend Patryk Borys, 18, both from Huddersfield, denied a charge of attempted murder.

"In a nutshell, this case is about a young man who got bored with his partner, the mother of his child, and he decided to get rid of her," said the prosecutor, Jonathan Sharp, "He and his friend imprisoned her in a box, drove her to a wooded area where it was unlikely she would be found, and there dug a shallow grave and buried her alive."

Apparently, Kasprzak told his girlfriend that he found girls at the gym prettier than her. He would go out with friends and spend nights while leaving his girlfriend alone at home, according to evidence heard by the courts. In addition, he changed his Facebook status to "Single" and was planning to be in a relationship with another woman, the prosecutor said.

The prosecutor said things came to a head in May this year, when Kasprzak attacked his girlfriend with 300,000-volt taser stun gun and asked his friend, Borys, for assistance.

"It is right to say the stun gun did not have the effect it was advertised. Lewandowska was not paralysed," he added. He asserted she was tied-up and buried in a computer box, with twp air holes. Kaspraz and Borys then carried the box to a hole in the countryside outside of Hudderfield.

"They carried Lewandowska, sealed in the box, up the hill, placed her in the hole, and then piled earth both around and on top of the box. They found a large branch, weighing some 40kg (88lb) and placed it across the box," the prosecutor said.

"Lewandowska was not unconscious and she was able to, with great difficulty, get herself out of the box and the earth covering and surrounding it," the prosecutor added.