Jacqueline Jossa shows off gruesome injury after ‘sawing’ into her thumb

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Jacqueline Jossa has shared the aftermath of her kitchen injury as she sliced her thumb open with a bread knife.

The 28 year old took to social media on Thursday to tell fans how she "sawed" into her thumb in a mishap whilst trying to feed her dog.

Former Eastenders star Jacqueline showed off the gruesome injury to her 3.1million Instagram followers.

She took to her story to inform her fans of the injury, showing them the gash that runs alongside the corner of her finger nail.

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Speaking in the video, she told her followers: "For those who keep asking why I have a hideous plaster on my thumb.

"I cut my thumb open, didn't I, sliced it open cutting the dog food up with a bread knife!"

Clearly amused by her own injury, Jacqueline continued: "You may ask why did I cut dog food up with a bread knife, that is a good f***ing question.

"With the answer of, well I was using the bread knife to cut bagels and I then I thought I haven’t done the dog food yet and I’m going to need to wash this anyways so I will quickly use it.

"It was a stupid idea and I ended up hacking at my thumb, proper sawing in."

Jacqueline and her husband Dan Osborne sparked rumours they had broken lockdown rules as they collecting their new puppy last month.

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Humberside Police stepped in to clear Dan and Jacqueline's names after they revealed they had travelled for eight hours to visit their pet.

The force released a statement on the matter, telling Mirror Online: "On Friday 19 February, we were made aware of reports of an alleged breach of coronavirus regulations.

"Working alongside our colleagues from Essex Police, the claims were thoroughly investigated and a number of enquiries were carried out. Officers have spoken to those involved.

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"It was found that those concerned had travelled for legitimate business purposes and no breaches were found to be committed."

Dan fumed at his followers in a rant prior to the statement: "Yesterday I had a bit of work to do, a prize to deliver, and also see a unit – we're looking at units up and down the country because, obviously, our prizes we're delivering [are] everywhere.

"And we thought on our way back we'll stop and see our puppy. So, my family have come to work with me, we're sitting in my own car with the people I live with, spend every day with, so there's absolutely no problem."

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