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IN OMG! ON 20 Dec, 2015
What would you do if someday, you lost your loved ones? Well, some people might drink or start smoking, while others will try to eventually get back on their feet and try to appreciate life even with the knowledge that death is just around the corner. For this one man, the death of his mother forever changed his life. But even the sadness felt from that dear loss can have a positive impact in the long run. Read below to find out how Jens turned from a bad man to an inspirational, strong person.
Jens Dalsgaard is a 31-year-old man who is known as The Beast because of his looks and what he does in life. He has big body and eats about 5,500 calories worth of food every single day.
You might wonder why Jens wanted to look so big and scary? Well, he was inspired by cartoon villains when he was young.
When his mother died while Jens was still young, he became stressed and his personality changed. He was eventually sent to jail for four years for being part of a gang and committing a crime.
After getting out of jail, Jens wanted to not waste his life anymore by doing bad things. Instead, he started working out extensively and to get tattoos that will inspire him to keep going in life. Also, her beautiful girlfriend Frederikke is there with him. It's Beauty and the Beast, indeed.
Even though Jens the Beast already has 40 tattoos all over his body and his face, he wants to do more and live the best life he can possibly have. He currently weighs 20 stone and has a staggering 56-inch chest. He's basically a 5-foot-10-inch kind monster.
Because of his unusual appearance, he became viral. Moreover, Jens the Beast sought help from his brother to get the Mauri-inspired tattoos. Currently, he only has three tattoos on his leg and one on his stomach. Obviously, he plans to have more.
Jens is the guy on the left. He obviously has transformed so much, now that he's incredibly strong. This was when he was still just 16 years old. He started bodybuilding when he was 18.
Before Jens was sent to jail, he already had tattoos, but he believes that those are evil and a sign of committing bad things. His Mauri-inspired tattoos today are a sign of optimism and a celebration of life.
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