If you mess with one scorned woman, you're bound to get burned. If you mess with two, things could really get ugly.
But what happens when you mess with three?
An unidentified married Wisconsin man who was dating three women at the same time found out the hard way that it can only mean trouble.
After finding out that the same Casanova had been courting them all simultaneously, Michelle Belliveau, Wendy Sewell and Therese Ziemann allegedly lured the man to a local motel room to seek revenge.
Police say Ziemann kicked off the plan, convincing the man to voluntarily agree to be bound and blindfolded with the promise of a massage.
But instead, police say, she cut off his underwear and sent a text message to the other women to enter the room.
"This wasn't a spur of the moment type of event in that all of the participants in the complaint and in the information provided were part and parcel of this plan," said Ken Krantz, the district attorney of Calumet County, Wis.
When the women came into the room, they allegedly attacked him and applied Krazy Glue to sensitive body parts.
Reports show that they asked the victim which woman he loved more, which one he wanted to grow old with, slapped him in the face and then said, "Can you handle that?"
The man was finally released after he started screaming, and police say the women fled with his cell phone, wallet and car.
So, how did the trio find out about each other? Police say it was the man's wife who informed them of the love quad.
According to the Appleton Post-Crescent newspaper, an arrest warrant was issued Friday for Tracy M. Hood-Davis, the victim's wife, who also faces a charge of being a party to false imprisonment.
The Post-Crescent also said the victim was treated for minor injuries and released from care.
As for his alleged attackers, the newspaper said Ziemann was charged with being a party to false imprisonment, fourth-degree sexual assault and misdemeanor battery. Sewell and Belliveau were charged with being a party to false imprisonment.
Ziemann told police she met the victim online through a Craigslist ad and subsequently fell in love with him and had given him about $3,000, the Post-Crescent reported, adding that when Hood-Davis contacted her to alert her to the mulitple affairs, she said that the man used the women for money.