An Iranian loner ‘Amou Haji’ nicknamed the “world’s dirtiest man” for not scrubbing down for the greater part a century has died at the age of 94, state media has detailed.
Irna news organization revealed that “Amou Haji”, a charming moniker for an old individual, kicked the bucket on Sunday in the town of Dejgah in the southern area of Fars.
Haji, shrouded in sediment and living in a soot block shack, was accounted for by neighborhood media not to have washed with water or cleanser in over 60 years.
Residents said he had encountered “close to home difficulties in his childhood” that drove him to decline to wash.
In 2014, the Tehran Times revealed that Haji would eat roadkill, smoke a line loaded up with creature stool, and accepted that tidiness would make him sick. Photographs showed him smoking numerous cigarettes on the double.
Be that as it may, a couple of months prior, residents had convinced him to wash interestingly, Irna detailed.
After Haji’s demise, the informal record could go to an Indian man who likewise had not washed for a lot of his life.
In 2009 the Hindustan Times revealed that Kailash “Kalau” Singh, from a town outside the heavenly city of Varanasi, had not washed for over 30 years trying to help end “every one of the issues facing the country”.
He would dismiss water for what he called a “fire shower”. “Each night as residents assemble, Kalau … lights a huge fire, partakes in weed and stands on a leg petitioning Ruler Shiva,” the paper said.
Singh was accounted for to have said: “It’s very much like utilizing water to clean up. Fire shower helps eliminate every one of the microbes and contaminations in the body.”