‘World’s dirtiest man’ died, bathing is believed to be the reason

Amou Haji died on Sunday at the age of 94 in the village of Dejgah in Fars, the southern province of Irene.

Known as the ‘dirtiest man in the world’, Haji has died at the age of 94. Amau Haji did not like to bathe and wash. He was unmarried. Amou Haji died on Sunday in the village of Dejgah in Fars, the southern province of Irene. He lived alone in Dejgah village. According to reports, he died of natural causes. The name of the dirtiest man in the world was Amau Haji.

There was an abstinence from bathing, there was a fear of getting sick

Let us tell you that Haji’s skin had turned black due to not bathing for many years. His diet consisted only of rotten meat and dirty water. Amau Haji, who avoided bathing for fear of getting sick, was living in a cinder-block hut covered with soot. Amau Haji believed that cleanliness would make him sick. Amau Haji had not used water and soap for more than 50 years. The local villagers tried to clean him several times but he refused. A few months back, after much persuasion, Haji finally came under pressure and took a bath.

sick after taking a bath

According to Iran’s news agency, Haji fell ill a few days after taking a bath and died on Sunday. In many old pictures, he is seen smoking a cigarette. In one picture, Haji is seen smoking four cigarettes simultaneously. It is worth noting that the record of not bathing for the longest time was in the name of Haji, but some people question it. It is claimed that in the year 2009, it has been 35 years since an Indian man was brushed and bathed. However, what happened to him after that is not clear.

likes to eat rotten animal flesh

Haji liked to eat the rotten meat of animals. He liked to eat porcupine meat. Apart from this, it is also said that Haji used to burn five cigarettes at once. According to Iranian media, in 2013 a short documentary film titled “The Strange Life of Amou Haji” was also made about the life of Amou Haji. The documentary showed how Amau Haji lives his life.

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Bayya Sunny Yadav

Bayya Sunny Yadav is a senior journalist for the last 3 years with Youthistaan. Prior to joining Youthistaan, He was working for news18. Special interest in Politics, Crime, Entertainment and Technology news. Twitter : bayyasunnyyadav
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