A disabled man identified as Mr Dominico has lived in a basket for 40 years since becoming disabled.
The 60-year-old man reportedly slept and ate in a basket cared for by his parents.
He reportedly lost the use of his legs and arms after a series of strange illnesses, and because they were unwell, Dominico's parents were forced to be his caregivers, feeding him every day and generally taking care of him.
Dominico's 88-year-old father and 81-year-old mother feed and care for him every day because of his disability.
A video released by Afrimax confirms that Dominico was born normal like any other child, attended school despite his humble origins but lost his fortune due to a long illness.
One day it was discovered that one of his legs was numb and smelly and he had to be amputated after a medical procedure, after which his toes suddenly fell off.
His parents took him to the hospital for treatment and he had to be discharged due to his financial incompetence. The 60-year-old woman is her first son. They kicked him out because they couldn't afford his wheelchair.
Watch the video below.
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