Huang Chuncai is a Chinese man who became notable for being “China’s Elephant Man”. He is suffering from an extreme case of neurofibromatosis, which caused such large tumors on his face that they had completely distorted his features. He had a 25kg facial tumor that hung down to his waist. In a series of four life-saving operations he has had 21kg of the mammoth tumor removed – and can finally lead a normal life.
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He is 40 years old Gugulothu Lachiram from the hometown of Khammam. And you will surely be amazed by how he pulls yoga tricks at the back of his speeding motorcycle. The high-octane yoga guru said: ‘I take the risk while I perform and until today I have not had any accidents. Sometimes I get scared when I perform stunts but it makes me feel happy too.
Natasha Goldsworth, 29, got hooked on the cartoon character as a teenager and has spent 15 years collecting 10,000 items. Every room of her flat is now filled with Hello-Kitty accessories including jewellery, furniture, clothing, curtains, and 4,000 cuddly toys.
Horse trainer Natasha is on the hunt for the man of her dreams, but he might be hard to locate because he would need to put up with a flat crammed with £50,000 worth of ‘Hello Kitty’ collectibles. Her “Kitty Kingdom” is a massive turn-off to men – but Natasha is happy to give them the push if they don’t accept her obsession. She said, “Boyfriends in the past have tried to make me give her up, so I got rid of them. It’s part of who I am and I’m not changing for anybody.”
18 Years old Indian girl Mangli Munda was told by village elders that she was cursed with bad luck and to lift the spell permanently she was ordered to marry a dog because if she marries a man it would bring destruction to the family and her community. They were married in a ceremony in the girl’s village in Jharkhand, India.
Paris Public Transport Launched Poster Campaign Aimed at Educating Locals with Their Selfish Behavior
Hop it! A frog jumps over the barriers to the dismay of his fellow passengers.
RATP, the city’s transport authority, has launched a poster campaign aimed at ‘educating’ locals in how to behave. Likening Parisians to animals, it shows a variety of them horrifying onlookers with their selfish behavior.
Sociologist Julien Damon, who helped carry out the RATP survey, said: ‘These types of bad behavior have always existed, but what has changed is that we are less prepared to tolerate them.