July 30, 2018

Man has genitals and nipples removed to complete a full-body tattoo

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Adam Curlykale went extreme with his love of tattoos after he had his genitals removed to achieve a full-body tattoo.

The 32-year-old Russian man underwent the surgery to remove his genitals believing that these "interfered with the aesthetic enjoyment" he wanted to experience.

On Facebook, he posted a photo of himself lying in a hospital bed. "I've just had a nullification surgery, had a lot of bleeding but luckily no need for a blood transfusion. Veronica is with me and she's taking care of me," he captioned the photo.

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The snap shows him flashing the peace sign while his body is covered with a white blanket

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He underwent the surgery removing his nipples and private parts at Jardines Hospital in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Adam, who hailed from Kaliningrad in Russia, was born with albinism. Wanting a remedy to his pale skin, he became addicted to tattoos.

Several years ago, he was diagnosed with cancer. That's when he also decided to cover his body in jet black designs. He claims to be cancer-free already. His immune system, however, remains weak.

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"I always knew that I was different from the rest of society," he was quoted as saying in a report by The Irish Post.

"My favorite color, for example, has always been grey, in different tones, and that's why my current skin color is graphite. I design my tattoos because it's my body. I have a specific vision for myself and I do it step by step," he continued.

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Adam said he wanted to enjoy life and getting inked all over his body gives him satisfaction.

"Life is so short that I stopped wondering what will happen tomorrow. Life is here and now," he said.

His friends and family left encouraging comments on his  Facebook account.

"Love and support your way!" wrote Nandi La Sophia.

"Get well soon," commented Giovanni Calderone.

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