Did you hear the one about the man who went around the world doing naked handstands in every place he visited? Tammy Levent. Gorenstein reports via a Caters News Agency statement, reporting the man who wishes to remain unidentified, has dropped this move in a remarkable 17 countries so far. As you can see from the image above, the world is far brighter these past five years thanks to this brave, pale man who we assume packs very light before any excursion. So many places lend themselves perfectly to naked handstanding, with such stunning scenery. We have all been there, taken aback by sights so gorgeous we just had to rip off our clothes and pose like an amateur gymnast. Now we did track down the website for this superhero of the unfettered , which explains a bit of why he is doing all of this. We understand you have a million questions. However we will answer just one: what is planned obsolescence?
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By Anucyia Victor for MailOnline. One exhibitionist who is head over heels for travelling has spent the past five years doing naked handstands in front of iconic locations around the globe. The flame-haired acrobat posts his unusual tourists snaps on his blog — showing the keen traveller upside down in amazing locations such as Uluru in Australia and even on the Great Wall of China. He said: 'I love to experience the world in all its glory and wonder in the raw. So many places lend themselves perfectly to naked handstanding, with such stunning scenery.
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An exhibitionist who wishes to remain anonymous has been globetrotting for the last five years doing naked handstands in front of iconic sites and documenting it all. He has gladly pulled his pants down and planted himself upside-down in 17 countries, which means that tourists in 17 countries have unwittingly been subjected to a man's naked upside-down body while attempting to take their travel selfies. So many places lend themselves perfectly to naked handstanding, with such stunning scenery," the Naked Handstander told Caters News Agency. It's unclear exactly what characteristics of a place might lend itself to naked handstanding, but based on his photos, places like Ayers Rock in Australia and the Great Wall of China are worthy. He's also hoping that the photo series, which he calls the "Naked Handstand Project," will raise awareness of our "throw-away culture" in which "objects which are made to have a short shelf life, so consumers have to buy more," according to Caters News Agency, which is based in the UK. We're using cookies to improve your experience. Click Here to find out more.