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IN People ON 17 Jul, 2016
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 his psychiatrists]. He would be sad if I started smoking again and made myself ill."
He quit smoking and became addicted to food. He became dangerously overweight.
And this is how he looks now after smoking 40 cigarettes a day
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