It's an ugly, old 1999 Toyota Corolla.
Most Helpful Guy
No, you could easily be suspected of the damage done to his car and you could be charged for vandalism. He could further file harassment charges against you, despite what he did to you. Just wouldn't be worth it, especially since it's only a shitty Corolla that he probably doesn't care much about. You'd be better off exploiting him on social media or something. I am dearly sorry this happened to you, and I'm sure it'll take a little time to get over it, but the best thing you can do is forget him, and start looking for someone else.1
Most Helpful Girl
Just take care of yourself and ignore the twat.
Vandalism isn't smart revenge.
Best thing I saw was a wife selling her cheating husbands ferrari for £1 on Ebay ha
Since you aren't married - he is technically not binded so it's not worth your anger or a criminal record!