The worlds hairiest teenager is Supatra “Nat” Sasuphan from Thailand. She was measured on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 4 March 2010. Supatra was diagnosed with a rare condition that causes hair to grow in places it normally shouldn’t. Of course that condition has made things difficult for her at times. Like having to wake up 1 hour earlier than most people to comb her whole face… But Nat is perfectly happy and doesn’t feel different than anyone else. Now a celebrity, she’s starting to enjoy her fame, and was thrilled by the chance to visit a foreign country. “It’s really fun and exciting,” she said, “and it’s my first time on a plane. I’ve never been outside Thailand.” But her most exciting experience was the moment she was crowned Hairiest Child. “Being hairy makes me special,” she said, adding: “This the happiest day of my life!”.
Some of the people have werewolf disease but this disease is rare werewolf disease is also known as hypertrichosis. This disease is caused and symptoms of this disease are too much of hair growing gratuitously. This disease is attacked by one Mexican family have thick hair covered face also not only that girl her total family affected by this hypertrichosis her family there are 19 members all are having this same problem including their upper body fully covered by hair.
Supatra is one of just 50 known sufferers of Ambras Syndrome – caused by a faulty chromosome – to be documented since the Middle Ages. Before the disease was understood, sufferers were branded ‘werewolves.’ She has thick hair growing over her face, ears, arms, legs and back. Even laser treatment has failed to stop the hair growth.But while most sufferers have been shunned, Supatra has gradually been embraced by her community, and became a popular and outgoing child.