Haramb Ashok Kumthekar Indian man is proud of the 12 fingers and 14 toes which have put him in the record books.
Rather than feel self conscious about the way he was born, Haramb Ashok Kumthekar has always celebrated his extra digits.
The 24-year-old business graduate was born with six fingers on each hand and seven toes on each foot.
This means he is the unofficial record holder for the most recorded number of fingers and toes on a living person.
However, he does not hold the Guinness world record which is held by fellow countryman Devendra Harne, who has 12 fingers and 13 toes on his feet.
Haramb does not hold the official record because, technically, some of his fingers are attached and are not classed as separate digits.
However, he is recognised by the Indian equivalent of the Guinness Book of Records, the Limca Book of Records.
Haramb's extra fingers and toes are caused by the medical condition polydactlyism, which comes from the Greek for "many fingers".
While each of Haramb's extra fingers and toes have separate bones, they don't all boast nerve endings and he is unable to move them or feel them all properly.
And while he is proud of his extra digits, Haramb admits that it can be frustrating at times, especially when it comes to finding shoes for his feet or gloves for his hands.