¡IMPACTANTE! Un hombre revela por primera vez su rostro después de ser atacado por un león

Su nombre es Hashmot Ali, tiene 40 años y tuvo que enfrentarse a una verdadera pesadilla cuando fue atacado por un tigre. Todo ocurrió en el sur de Bangladesh mientras dormía en un barco atracado en un canal cuando un tigre apareció detrás de él y arrastró sus garras en su rostro destrozándolo de inmediato, para ese entonces Hashmot tenía 20 años.

Pero a medida que él gritaba de dolor, el tigre trataba de tirar de él para despertar a sus compañeros, así que finalmente cuando todos comenzaron a hacer ruidos fuertes el depredador se retiró.

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Sus lesiones eran muy graves, emprendieron rumbo hacía el hospital pero transcurrieron seis horas para que los pescadores llegaran. Cuando llegaron al centro de salud los médicos dijeron que ya era demasiado tarde para brindarle el tratamiento adecuado.

Así que solamente curaron sus heridas y las cubrieron con vendaje. Hashmot se recuperó poco a poco, sin imaginar cómo quedaría su rostro. Cuando llegó el momento de dejarlo al descubierto causó impacto en muchas personas que constantemente lo criticaban y lo humillaban alrededor de todo el distrito de Satkhira, donde vivía.

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Así que se vio obligado a utilizar siempre un pañuelo para cubrir su desfigurada cara. No podía asistir a las ceremonias públicas y los niños se atemorizaban al verlo, tiene la esperanza de conseguir la oportunidad de algún día someterse a una cirugía plástica pero reconoce que sería muy costoso.

EXCLUSIVE Fishermen Attacked by Tiger shows his face for the first time. Hashmot Ali, a 40 year old man from southern Bangladesh who was attacked by Tiger at his early age. His story is full of¿suspense¿&¿sorrows. Hashmot was a typical villagers like thousands who are living in and by the Sundarbans (the largest mangrove forest in the world). In Satkhira (his district) there are about 100,000 people who are completely dependent on the forest. They are either fisherman, honeyhunter or wood collector, and they have been doing these jobs for ages following their ancestors. There are always a fear while inside the forest either by Tiger, Crocodiles or Forest Robbers. But they don't have any other option without going into the forest. When the men go into the forest for earning livelihood their wives have to do certain rituals from home to ensure their husbands are safe in the forest. Some men go into the forest for many days during the honey hunting season. If they are killed or eaten by the Tigers, their wives are blamed for their killings alleged that they didn't perform the rituals properly from home. These wives later called "Tiger Widows" who become ostracized and¿oppressed¿by the society for bringing bad lucks to their husband's family. I know a woman who has been widowed two times by Tiger and still surviving in the society being ostracized & untouched.¿ Anyway, Hashmot started his life as a Fisherman at very early age followed by his father. He also used to hunt honey and collect woods beside fishing. He sometimes went into the forest for many days during the pick season. When he was 20, one day he went to fishing with a group of fisherman into the forest for multiple days. In middle of their trip, at one night he was sleeping with his colleagues in a boat inside the forest canal after the long fishing day. At midnight, the Tiger came to the boat and put his claws directly on the face of Hashmot. The Tiger stroked so hard that Hashmot's half face was taken by a single stroke. Hashmot was screaming loudly feeling extreme pain and without noticing the tiger. The Tiger then wanted to pull him from the boat and took him away. In the meantime Hashmot's colleagues in the boat got¿awakened and started making sounds to frighten the tiger. The tiger was so stubborn that it didn't release Hasmot and kept pulling him from the boat. His¿colleagues finding no other way started making sounds with the paddle of the boat and this time they were able to frighten the tiger. It went away. Hashmot was driven into the village by boat after 6 hours long rowing. His wound was too severe to sustain for such long time. He was taken to the village hospital but it was too late to give proper treatment. The doctors just stopped his bleeding and put a plaster on his face. After getting cured, he again went to the forest finding no other jobs. He continued going there for next few years but life was too hard for him. Now, he has stopped going to the forest. He got married and has three kids. His is now selling fishes in the village market covering his face by a¿handkerchief¿.¿ He wants to get a plastic surgery to get his normal face back since he is offended by continuous humiliation from the society. He can't mix with the people, can't attend any public ceremony. Children are afraid of him. He has got a daughter. He is very anxious for her future as he wont be able to marry her off to a good groom because of her face. But he knows it is very very expensive to have a plastic surgery on his face. ©Exclusivepix Media

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En Satkhira, los hombres acostumbran a ir a los bosques cercanos para trabajar y encontrar comida. Muchos van por varios días a dedicarse a pescar, buscar miel o recoger madera pero su lugar de trabajo también es el de depredadores como los tigres y cocodrilos. Tienen que asumir el riesgo de ser atacados por los animales que sienten que invaden su hábitat y no están acostumbrados a interactuar con seres humanos.

Hashmot ha sido muy valiente y enfrenta la vida con alegría a pesar de su condición, trabaja con mucho empeño y en lugar de rendirse decidió salir adelante. 

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