I'm addicted to body modifications and people call me a demon

I’m a body modification addict with snake implants in my arms – people call me a demon, but I don’t care

  • Victor Hugo Peralta from Argentina has spent £5,000 on his latest modification 
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A body modification fanatic has shared his latest procedure of ‘snake implants’.

Victor Hugo Peralta, 53, from Argentina, often dubbed a ‘real life demon’, has spent £5,000 on his new arm implants.

The showman has frequently made headlines due to his controversial look, where he has the Devil’s ‘666’ carved into his scalp, alongside £400 metal horns implanted into his skull.

Victor along with his wife Gabriela, 52, have also earned the Guinness World Record title for ‘most body modifications’, which they’ve held for 10 years.

But now social media users think he has taken it a step too far with his snake implants and claim that he’s ‘setting a bad example’.

Victor Hugo Peralta, 53, from Argentina, is often dubbed the ‘real life demon’ because of his extreme body modifications, but people think his new snake implants make be taking it too far

At just 13-years-old, Victor got his first tattoo across the fingers on his left hand.

Since then, his body modification obsession grew and he has now claimed that 95 per cent of his body is covered in ink.

Now, in a bid to continue his transformation, the ‘real life demon’ has revealed his latest modification: ‘snake’ arm implants.

Victor said: ‘I wanted to modify my original appearance, as I see myself markedly different from other beings.

‘We are all unique pieces in the game of life and [this] makes me much more original and closer to how I want to look.

‘I wasn’t inspired by other people, as unique pieces in each person are totally different with each modification.’

Victor claimed that the procedure was quick and simple, taking one hour to place six implants into his arms.

Firstly, they began with marking and cutting the designated area, before inserting the silicone implants, draining any fluid and stitching the skin back up.

The showman recently got silicone ‘snake’ implants in both of his arms, which set him back £5,160

Victor Hugo Peralta as a young man before he had ink covering most of his body. Victor got his first tattoo at the age of 13 and now 95 per cent of his skin is tattooed 

And he says it didn’t hurt one bit.

He said: ‘I didn’t suffer because I chose these voluntarily to get the final result.

‘I enjoyed it from start to finish – it’s not comparable to the loss of a loved one.’

In a clip, shared on Instagram, which has racked up over 21,000 views and hundreds of likes, he reveals the gory process.

Victor’s arm is shown on a surgical table, as a person in appropriate clothing uses a sharp tool to man an incision into the skin.

The showman has frequently made headlines for to his unusual look, including his £400 metal horns implanted into his skull

Victor and his wife Gabriela (left), have won the Guinness World Record title for the ‘most body modifications’, which they’ve held for 10 years.

As they wipe away the excess blood, they use a pair of surgical scissors to position the implant.

Then, a flat stick is pushed under the skin with force in a bid to move around the silicone and create the ‘snake’ effect.

Victor can be seen dancing to the background music and appearing unbothered.

Finally, the last silicone implant is shown being placed.

Users have flocked to the comments to share their reactions, with many claiming that he’s setting a ‘bad example’ for others.

‘Setting a bad example for the children,’ one person said.

Someone else added: ‘I want to believe that’s what they use some kind of anesthesia for…otherwise it’s not explained.’

‘When I grow up I want to be like Victor,’ another user commented, followed by a fire emoji.

Users were quick to share their thoughts in the comment section and the reactions were mixed 

One person said: ‘Is everything ok at home?’

‘Peralta always genius,’ someone else added.

In total, the procedure set Victor back a staggering €6000, the equivalent to £5,160.

While not everyone has accepted his unique look, Victor remains unbothered.

He said: ‘People react in different ways: surprise, curiosity and fear.

‘I don’t have time for [negativity], so I only receive beauty from people who accept me as I am.

‘My body is my decision and my life is not theirs.’

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