While some people want one or two tattoos, others go all the way and get tattooed all over their bodies. Do you love bodytin? Here are some of the most tattooed people in the world:
Tom, also known as a leopard man, has leopard patterns throughout his body. If you see him naked, you'll think he's an animal. In addition to the tattoos, he also wears cat teeth to complete the leopard look. Tom, now 78 years old, has retired on the Isle of Sky in Scotland, where he lives in a small house with a friend who agrees to help him in his old age.
Lucky Diamond Rich
Diamond Rich has several layers of ink and spent over 1,000 hours tinting. He has tattoos in every part of his body, including gums, eyelids, ears and the sensitive skin between his toes. In addition to his love of ink, he enjoys talking where he juggles with chainsaws. He also drives unicycles and swallows his money with swords.
The 32-year-old single father has covered his entire body with colorful tattoos to become a real joker. In addition to painting, he also has eight implants under the scalp. This is to create a permanent clown.
According to the Guinness World Records, Elaine has more piercings than any other person in the world. In May 2000 she had 452 piercings, of which 192 were alone on her face. In 2005 she had 3,950 piercings. Among them are 500 that were in their genitals – both inside and out. The Brazilian-born former nurse drinks or does not use drugs. She now lives in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Eric, also known as Lizardman, has turned into a reptile by coloring green scales all over his body. In addition to the tattoos, he has five teflon implant grains under the eyebrows, split tongue, and sharp teeth. Eric was the first man to have a forked tongue in 1972. He also wanted a cock, but medical knowledge allowed it.
He earns his money as a freak, where he performs in front of an audience. He also appears on pay TV. His performances include: eating a fire, swallowing a sword, sleeping on a nail bed.
The illustrated lady suffered from porphyria in the mid-30s. This is a condition where her skin gets blisters and scars. To cover up the scars, she tattooed the affected areas. Within a decade, her entire body (including the face) was covered with colorful etchings. Ninety-five percent of her body is covered with tattoos and she has a Guinness record as one of the most tattooed individuals in the world.
There you have it. These are some of the most tattooed people in the world. As you have seen, some people do it to be unique, others to cover medical conditions, and others to do it. What do you think, can you cover your whole body with ink?