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The boy with wolf hair on his face is not Hanuman, Lalit is sick with werewolf syndrome, this disease can be caused by wrong medicine

In the year 2005, a child was born in Nandlet village of Ratlam district in Madhya Pradesh. As soon as he was born, long hair had grown all over his face. Some people even started worshiping the child considering it as Bal Hanuman. But as this child started growing up, these hairs became a big problem.

Due to having hair all over his face, Lalit started having trouble even eating and drinking. The accompanying children used to call him monkey, they used to shy away from playing with him. The family members showed him many places, but the doctors declared it a rare and incurable disease. This is the story of 17-year-old Lalit Patidar, who is in limelight because of hair all over his body.

Lalit is suffering from a syndrome called werewolf. Actually, the size of our body, hands, feet, fingers, eyes is decided. Even coding is done for which part of the body will have hair. If this gene coding of our body goes wrong then growth can be haphazard. For example, one of our hands will become very long or hair will grow on the face.