Tom Leppard, born as Tom Wooldridge, also known as Leopard Man or the Leopard Man of Skye, was an English-born soldier previously considered by Guinness World Records to be the world's most tattooed man and later recognised as the most tattooed senior citizen.
Pierre Étienne Louis Dumont (18 January or 18 July 1759 – 29 September 1829), sometimes anglicised as Stephen Dumont, was a Swiss French political writer. He is chiefly remembered as the French editor of the writings of the English philosopher and social reformer Jeremy Bentham.
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Rick Genest, also known as Zombie Boy, was a Canadian artist, actor, fashion model, and musician. He held a Guinness World Record for his full-body tattoos.
Julia Gnuse, commonly known by the nickname The Illustrated Lady, born in 1955, had 95% of her body covered in tattoos and held the Guinness Record for being the most tattooed woman in the world. In her mid 30s, Gnuse developed porphyria
Elaine Davidson C is the "Most Pierced Woman" according to the Guinness World Records. When examined by a Guinness World Record official in May 2000, Davidson had 462 piercings, with 192 in her face alone. By 9 August 2001 when she was re-examined she was found to have 720 piercings.
Officially, the world record for the largest non-surgically made ear-piercing is held by Hawaiian Kala Kaiwi, whose piercings measure 109 milimetres.
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