Acclaimed as World’s hairiest girl, Supatra Sasuphan, a teenager from Thailand is on news for a day or two. Back in 2010, she was declared as the World’s hairiest girl and now yet again, she is on news for the amazing changeover she went through at the age of 17. All she did was shaving off her face. The teen girl finally revealed that she has found the ‘love of her life’ and now chooses to shave her face.Supatra ‘Natty’ Susuphan, who actually lives in Thai capital Bangkok, has been showing off her newly hair-free face on social media in loved-up photos with her new husband.
Coming to the reason behind this typical state of her, it is understood that she suffers from an extremely rare genetic condition called Ambras Syndrome, also known as Werewolf Syndrome, which is a form of hypertrichosis which causes excessive body-hair growth. Until she was acknowledged and the name of the disease has come out, people with these names were generally bullied and treated as werewolves.
Supatra holds a Guinness World Records for the same which was registered in 2010. One can easily acknowledge the thick hair growing over her face, ears, arms, legs, and back. And, soon after realizing that the laser treatment will also won’t help her in getting rid of this extra hair, she now regularly shaves her body.
The current news of her marriage was revealed on her social media handles. It read that she has found happiness with her unnamed husband after she posted: ‘You’re not just my first love, you’re the love of my life.’ Supatra is one of a few dozen known sufferers of Ambras Syndrome.
Fate didn’t have anything better for Supatra, even she was shunned at school with the names: Wolf Girl and Chewbacca, however, glad that her family and friends always had her back.
She previously told the Guinness World Records: ‘I don’t feel any different to anyone else, and I’ve got lots of friends at school… Being hairy makes me special.
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“There were a few people who used to tease me and call me monkey face but they don’t do it anymore. I’m very used to this condition. I can’t feel the hair as it has always been like this. I don’t feel anything. It does sometimes make it difficult to see when it gets long. I hope I will be cured one day”, she said so back in 2010.