Tear somebody limb from limb - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
tear somebody limb from limb
tear (one) limb from limb
To violently maim a person or animal. Typically used as a threat, rather than a description of an actual action. If I find out that you're the one who hurt my daughter, I will tear you limb from limb, understand?
tear somebody ˌlimb from ˈlimb (often humorous) attack somebody very violently: Julian looked so angry that I thought he was going to tear his brother limb from limb.