Tattooed his face, then cut off his nose - Just to resemble a cartoon villain

Tattooed his face, then cut off his nose - Just to resemble a cartoon villain
Many people during their lifetime becomes fan of something. Whether it is actors, musicians, bands, authors, or in this case a cartoon.

37-year-old Henry Damon from Venezuela is such a big fan of the villain Red Skull from Captain America, that he is doing everything to resemble his hero.

According to several sites, the 37-year-old have already implanted "bumps" in his forehead and arms, in addition to have large parts of his face tattooed in red and black.

The biggest fail however, has been the next crazy step.

Now he has cut off his nose!

According to the website Metro, it is the surgeon Emilio Gonzalez who is behind the transformation. He says that Henry (aka Red Skull) is an excellent son, husband and father who has a taste for extreme body modification.

Well, there we agree. EXTREME taste.

Further he says that many of his customers know that body modification is the last step in body art.

- Everyone knows very well what they want when they arrive, the same applies to Henry. Many of them have waited many years to have their dream made reality.

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