The most tattooed woman in the world died at the age of 77 years. The cause of death of the record-holder of the Guinness Book was the Alzheimer's disease.
The Briton Isobel Worley, known for a record number of tattoos on his body, died at the age of 77 years. The basis of death of the inhabitant of Hertfordshire became the Alzheimer's disease. Worley entered the Guinness Book of records as the most tattooed woman in the world.
"With deep sorrow that we must announce the passing of Isobel", reads the inscription on her official page on Facebook. The adepts of the Guinness Book of records in an official statement, expressed deep remorse about the demise of a cult figure in the community of the inhabitants of our planet, changing your body", informs Mirror.
93% of the body of the pensioner was covered with 200 pictures. It is known that his own first tattoo Worley did in 49 years and was never able to stop. In total complexity under the needle masters tattoo lady spent about 500 hours. "Originally, I wanted to impale myself only 1 little bird, but I literally fell in love with the tattoo and it became my passion," said record-holder in one of their interviews.
The only parts of the body that Worley has left untouched is the face, ears, feet and some parts of the hands. The lady confessed that she likes the picture of the family of tigers on her stomach. But Worley warned others about that before you impale something on your own body, you have to think about.
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