A man whose ex poured concentrated sulphuric acid over him while he dozed and left him bewildered has discussed the enduring effect of the horrendous assault.

Daniel Rotariu thought he had been shrouded in trouble from the start, however the truth was such a lot of more awful and changed his life until the end of time.

The 35-year-old endured extreme consumes and lost his sight after his previous love companion Katie Leong poured the corrosive over him in a shared house in Leicester in July 2016.

Mr Rotariu, who has since hitched spouse Anna and is presently living in Nottinghamshire with his family, said he actually has bad dreams about what occurred.

He told Nottinghamshire Live : “I can’t pass one day without swearing at Katie for what she did.

“I do have nightmares sometimes – not every day but I do.

“The insomnia, I think it’s also because I am inactive, I am not working, just sitting in the house – that is not good.

Following an argument, Mr Rotariu said Leong covered him in a blanket after he’d got into bed.

Then, in the early hours of the morning, he awoke to the horror.

He said: “It was 10-20 seconds maybe, in that moment I believed that I am dreaming until the pain started to kick in.

“I said ‘what is happening?’ It was so painful. I felt it in my mouth, the taste – the acid had a strange taste.

“I knew straight away when I felt the taste in my mouth it was not hot water.

“It was a sharp taste. Straight away in my head [I knew] that was acid.”

One of his eye started to become ‘foggy’ and he recalled panicking when in “one of my eyes I could not see anymore”.

“I could not recognise people, I couldn’t recognise if it was a woman or a man.”

Mr Rotariu, who has since married wife Anna and is now living in Nottinghamshire with his family, said he still has nightmares about what happened.

He told Nottinghamshire Live : “I can’t pass one day without swearing at Katie for what she did.

“I do have nightmares sometimes – not every day but I do.

“The insomnia, I think it’s also because I am inactive, I am not working, just sitting in the house – that is not good”.

Following a discussion, Mr Rotariu said Leong covered him in a blanket after he’d got into bed.

Then, in the early hours of the morning, he awoke to the horror.

He said: “It was 10-20 seconds maybe, in that moment I believed that I am dreaming until the pain started to kick in.

“I said ‘what is happening?’ It was so painful. I felt it in my mouth, the taste – the acid had a strange taste.

“I knew straight away when I felt the taste in my mouth it was not hot water.

“It was a sharp taste. Straight away in my head [I knew] that was acid.”

One of his eye started to become ‘foggy’ and he recalled panicking when in “one of my eyes I could not see anymore”.

“I could not recognise people, I couldn’t recognise if it was a woman or a man.”

Mr Rotariu has gone through various skin unites and had a prosthetic fitted subsequent to losing one eye.

He presently lives with his wife, 33, their child David, currently over two, and his step-son Jack.

Mr Rotariu, a certified device producer who used to work for a designing organization, met his better half while recuperating in upheld living convenience, in Nottingham, after his delivery from emergency clinic.

They got married in Romania in May 2019, the country where Mr Rotariu grew up with his family.

For my companions they have this equivalent arrangement of growing up, having a spouse and children and everything,” he said.

For my friends they have this same plan of growing up, having a wife and kids and everything,” he said.

“It was very important that the day came for me.

“The best day of my life was when David was born – this was the second.”

Mr Rotariu recently went through restorative treatment in Nottingham which helped his certainty and confidence.

The method, which included putting shade into his scalp, gave him the presence of hair.

Before the treatment Mr Rotariu routinely wore a cap and he had a positive response from loved ones.

Speaking earlier before about the results, his wife, who works at the Queen’s Medical Centre, said: “I am just so happy that he’s feeling much more confident with himself.