Man spends R $ 110,000 to look like Barbie complains about...

Man spends R $ 110,000 to look like Barbie complains about...
Man spends R $ 110,000 to look like Barbie complains about...

Honza Simsa, 26, spent 15 thousand pounds, something around R $ 110 thousand reais, to look like Barbie. If you like your appearance, the fact that you can’t get a girlfriend bothers you.

A fan of the doll-like look, the man from the Czech Republic says that his addiction to surgery has disrupted his love life.

At 26, he describes himself as a typical man, who feels sexual attraction to women, but who adopts a female character in his spare time, wearing wigs, eyelashes and false nails and makeup.

“I am attracted to women, but some girls have problems with my appearance, as it can be confusing for them. I am single now,” says Honza.

“I like that the girls I date look the same, like the Barbie doll. I liked myself when I looked more typically male, but I’m even happier now and would still like to have more surgery,” he told The Sun.

The Czech said he had done more than 20 filling procedures on his face. “I have it on my lips, chin and cheeks. I want to continue and make my face more plastic and doll-like.”

“I am not finished yet. I want a new nose and I also want gluteal implants to make my body even more S-shaped,” he concluded.

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