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Some of you might remember that we've told you a few stories about Adam Curlykale. He's a 32-year-old man from the Russian city of Kaliningrad. If you don't know him, you're unlikely to forget him in a hurry.
To start with, he's one of the world's most tattooed people having covered more than 90 percent of his body in tattoos. Even his eyeballs are inked.
Then there's the fact that he recently had his genitals surgically removed in Mexico because he thought they were getting in the way of his body art project.
Speaking of which, he now claims that he is about to complete said body art project by having the remaining bits of him that remain without tattoos done.
He recently shared a video of a tattoo artist filling in some of the rare bits of him that aren't already tatted up and commented: "On Saturday, the armpits will be tattooed and at the end of October the feet will be tattooed as well."
Eugh, the idea of having your feet tattooed. It's supposed to be incredibly painful. Don't even start to think about how sore getting your armpits done must be. Excruciating.
To be fair to Adam, he's got a fair enough reason for liking his tattoos. He became famous originally for appearing on a Polish reality show called Second Face on which he said that his initial draw to tattoos was to cover up blemishes left behind by cancer.
Sounds reasonable enough. He took it to the next level though. He developed a real passion for it once he saw what his previously sickly skin looked like covered in ink.
That quickly escalated, and within a few years he has had his bits cut off. You know, that old chestnut.
He felt that his genitals were not aesthetically pleasing, so he got them removed, along with his nipples.
He explained: "I belong to a type of people called 'nullo' which means that I'm an agamic person, but asexual doesn't mean that I don't have a sex drive.
"People from the 'nullo' community don't want to have body parts like nipples, a belly button or genitals which determine if you're a man or a woman."
As with all these things, as long as he's happy enough, who are we to judge?
He added: "I always knew that I was different from the rest of society."
You're definitely not wrong there, mate.
Featured Image Credit: CEN/adam.curlykale
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