Man With Rare Condition Covering 98% Of His Body Is Embracing His Title Of ‘World’s Hairiest Man’

When Supatra “Nat” Sasuphan was 10 years old, she was named the “Hairiest Girl in the World” by Guinness World Records.

That was eight years ago; now, Nat is 18 and was recently married! She began shaving her face and body and even shared some of the photos of how she looks now on social media.


Nat was born with a very rare genetic condition called Ambras syndrome, a form of hypertrichosis lanuginosa congenita, most commonly referred to as “Werewolf syndrome.”

She was the most famous case in the world for many years, thanks to her Guinness designation.


Now, Larry Gomez of San Bernardino, California is stealing Nat’s spotlight.

Larry has been nicknamed “Wolf Man,” because 98-percent of his body is covered in thick, dark hair.


Unlike Nat, who is the only person who has the rare condition in her family, the genetic disorder affects a number of his family.

However, they are similar in one way: they were both severely bullied as children as a result of their appearance.

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