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British body modification artist spends thousands to transform - into THE DEVIL

By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
2/13/2014 (3 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

Diablo Delenfer gets eyeball tattoos, fanged teeth and a set of horn implants turn resemble archfiend

Spending thousands of dollars to get his tongue forked, his teeth turned into razor-sharp fangs and horns that poke from his forehead, 43-year-old Diablo Delenfer from Kent has spent thousands of dollars, or Ł10,000 to transform him into a living, breathing minion from hell.

An earlier version of Diablo Denefer, before his facial tattoos.

An earlier version of Diablo Denefer, before his facial tattoos.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
2/13/2014 (3 years ago)

Published in Europe

Keywords: Body modification, tattoos, devil, diablo


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Delenfer, a former security guard and self-described "body modification artist" is now intent to have screws implanted into his skull in a bid to create a devilish metal Mohawk!

Delenfer will suffer for his art: Since "body modification" is unlicensed and unregulated in the United Kingdom, the entire operation will be done without anesthetic.

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Diablo Delenfer, a former security guard and self-described "body modification artist" is now intent

Diablo Delenfer, a former security guard and self-described "body modification artist" is now intent to have screws implanted into his skull in a bid to create a devilish metal Mohawk!


"Everything I've done, I've done fully conscious, fully awake," he explains. "You see the needle coming towards you and that's really stressful. You can't be scared of pain if you're the Devil Man.'

Formerly known as Gavin Paslow, Delenfer has had his tongue sliced in two to fork it, along with sub-dermal implants to create a set of horns and an eyeball tattoo that has turned the whites of his eyes bright red.

Formerly known as Gavin Paslow, Delenfer has had his tongue sliced in two to fork it, along with sub

Formerly known as Gavin Paslow, Delenfer has had his tongue sliced in two to fork it, along with sub-dermal implants to create a set of horns and an eyeball tattoo that has turned the whites of his eyes bright red.


He has no plans to stop. "I describe myself as a body modification artist," he explains.

"I am a human curiosity but body modification is my life's journey. It's a little bit weird, a little bit eccentric but that's what I am."

"I chose to become the Devil Man because everything else has been done, whether here or in America. I'm not satanic at all - it's just a piece of fun."

Delenfer will suffer for his art: Since "body modification" is unlicensed and unregulated in the Uni

Delenfer will suffer for his art: Since "body modification" is unlicensed and unregulated in the United Kingdom, the entire operation will be done without anesthetic.


Delenfer admits that his hobby is expensive. "Over the years, it's probably cost me Ł10,000 to look like this," he explains. "Being a Devil Man doesn't come cheap!"

There is an admitted dark side to Delenfer's fun and games. In 2009, Delenfer was caught swindling Ł3,552 by making a series of fraudulent benefit claims and was sentenced to 200 hours of community service.

The divorced father-of-two said after his trial that "I was really constrained by money and I just wanted to have these modifications done so I used my benefit money to pay for some of them. It was a stupid mistake and I'm really sorry. I'm paying it all back. I really regret it."

Is there a bright side to his pursuit of darkness? "But I'm pleased with my look so far, but what I really want is a tail. And not just a synthetic one - a proper, organic tail."
 
Delenfer has since had his ears made pointy and endured a series of painful tattoos that now cover his face and arms.

A classical depiction of Lucifer by Gustave Dore.

A classical depiction of Lucifer by Gustave Dore.


Looking like Lucifer has made his quest to find a girlfriend - somewhat difficult.

"Relationships is a bit of a difficult issue to be honest," he confesses. "I'm looking for someone who can see beyond the mask.

"It has changed the way people look at me, accept and deal with me. It has made certain aspects like relationships difficult but it is my life journey and I ain't stopping!"

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