The guy who hasn’t showered for more than 50 years

Amou Haji, 94, the “dirtiest man in the world” who went more than 50 years without washing himself, died on October 23 in the village of Dejgah in the southern Iranian province of Fars, according to reports in the media. IRNA News reports that Haji skipped his shower out of concern for “getting sick.” It has also been revealed that he was adamant about not taking a bath with water or soap because of some “emotional setbacks in his youth.” But a few months ago, the people in the village of Dejgah made him wash for the first time.
Haji’s pictures are all over social media, but it’s still unclear to the public whether his “non-bathing” record is accurate. Haji smoked a pipe filled with animal waste, ate roadkill, and believed that cleanliness would make him sick, according to an article in Tehran Times. India’s digital payment environment has reportedly changed as a result of Unified Payments Interface, or UPI. Most small vendors and shop owners now accept payments through UPI, just a few short years after it was first introduced. Anand Mahindra, an industrialist, retweeted a photo of UPI on Friday, praising it for demonstrating the “breathtaking scope and scale of India’s digital payments ecosystem.” The photograph depicts “India’s last teashop” with UPI. The teashop in Uttarakhand, which is situated in a village with a 10,500-foot elevation, accepts UPI payments from customers using a QR code. “A picture is worth a thousand words, as the saying goes. This effectively conveys the astounding breadth and depth of India’s digital payments ecosystem. Jai ho!” wrote Anand Mahindra in his tweet.

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