Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Love is expressed in different ways.
Sometimes it is candy and flowers.
Other times it may be a romantic evening.
Or maybe even a special gift for one you love. Like maybe, breast implants.
Cosmetic surgery can be a wonderful thing . . . until the break up.
Then things can get nasty.
Prosecutors say a spurned lover ambushed his ex-girlfriend and tried to cut out the breast implants he paid for by stabbing her.
San Bernardino County prosecutor David Foy says 28-year-old Thomas Lee Rowley attacked his ex in July 2006 outside her mother's home in Hesperia, some 70 miles northeast of Los Angeles in the Mojave Desert.
Rowley is on trial in Superior Court in Victorville for attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, stalking, burglary, and false imprisonment.
The 26-year-old woman survived six stab wounds and the punctured breast implants were repaired.
Rowley's former roommate Dennis McGill testified this week that the defendant wanted to reclaim what was rightfully his. Rowley allegedly told McGill, "I'm gonna cut 'em out and get em back."
OK, so what was he going to do with them then?