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A few years ago, Ardi Rizal, a toddler living in Sumatra, Indonesia, was known far and wide for his 40 cigarettes a day smoking addiction. Then, his story and photos generated so much wrath, that the Indonesian government was prompted to take a stand against childhood smoking.
Read on to find more about him.
Ardi was only 2 years old, when he became addicted.
According to his mother, Diane, he was soon telling the people offering him smokes, "I love Kak Seto [one of his psychiatrists]. He would be sad if I started smoking again and made myself ill."
He quit smoking and became addicted to food. And, then he was dangerously overweight.
And this is how he looks now after smoking 40 cigarettes a day
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