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Human Ken Doll Plans To Have Six Ribs Removed For Next Surgery

Human Ken Doll, Rodrigo Alves, has shared details about plans to have up to six ribs removed during his next surgical procedure, all in the name of self-beauty.

Describing himself as “shapeless and big” the Brazilian born television personality explained in an interview with MailOnline that doctors had refused to remove six ribs, saying the risks to his health were too great.

Instead, a Hollywood surgeon will remove four in a procedure set to take place next month to so Alves can achieve his “elegant and classic figure”.

“I was frustrated at first because I really want to be able to fit back into my four breast blazers as before but removing two extra ribs could compromise my lungs, and my doctors must be very careful that my health is not compromised.

“They said a big no to that and said that safety always come first. Aesthetically speaking the results will be the same as if six ribs were removed. The visual impact will be the same.

“My life shall be changed forever as from January 2018 and by summer 2018 I will be looking like a fitness model.”

Late last year Alves, who in the past has said that he would like to have a sex change when he is older, spoke candidly about his sex life with The Sun by saying that both men AND women are attracted to him. He also explained that most of the men that approach him are straight men who admire his polished look and feel he looks more put together than any woman.

Alves described himself as “asexual”.

“I don’t really like to be touched, and I am too selfish really for sexual contact. I don’t like to touch other people too much either.”

Maybe losing a few ribs might help with that 😉

 

 

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