HomeLatest ArticlesA couple from Argentina, broke the record for the number of body...

A couple from Argentina, broke the record for the number of body modifications

Gabriela and Victor Hugo Peralta, a couple from Argentina, broke the record for the number of body modifications. So far, the duo has gotten 98 tattoos and other body modifications because they are passionate about them. According to the Guinness Book of Records, they first set the world record in 2014 with 84 edits. However, because they were excited about it, the duo continued to add tattoos and other modifications, bringing their total to 98 now.

Another addition to the Guinness Book of Records: About 24 years ago, Gabriela and Victor met at a motorcycle race in Buenos Aires, Argentina and fell in love. They knew then that they would spend the rest of their lives with their passion for body modifications and implants, some of which they admit are extremely painful.

Victor told the Guinness Book of Records: “For me, being a Guinness World Record holder is the prize that life gives me for my love of body art, and I am very grateful because this record helped me fulfill one of my big dreams: to travel to 20 countries, learning about different cultures and making new friends around the world.” In total, the couple has 50 piercings, eight microdermals, 14 body implants, five dental implants, four ear expanders, two ear screws and one forked tongue.

Check out a pair below:

This post was shared two days ago. Since it was shared, it has received 30,000 likes and several comments. One person said in the comments on Instagram: “What are the odds they found each other??!” The other person said, “Human canvases.” A third user wrote: “This is awesome.”

Read Now:The Restaurant Shows the bill slip of 1985 & viewers shocked by watching price of full meal

[responsivevoice_button buttontext="Listen This Post" voice="Hindi Female"]

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

RELATED ARTICLES

Trending News

Health Focus :World’s first early screening test for pancreatic cancer has developed by Japanese biotech firm

A Japanese biotech firm says it has developed the world's first early screening test for pancreatic cancer, using the...

India’s G20 presidency will work to promote a universal sense of unity

India's G20 presidency will work to promote a universal sense of unity, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday...

Total of 16 ALH Mk-III aircraft have been progressively inducted into the Indian Coast Guard

In a major push to further strengthen Coast Guard Area East, 840 Sqn (CG), Indian Coast Guard Advanced Light...

Senior journalist Ravish Kumar resigns from NDTV

Ramon Magsaysay Award winner Ravish Kumar has hosted a number of programs including the channel's flagship weekday Hum Log,...