Australian influencer Freelee the Banana Girl moved to the jungle last year to pursue a more "off the grid" way of life - and that included ditching the razor for good. Sharing a series of naked images with her , followers, Freelee is pictured sitting down in a stream and proudly displaying her hairy legs. Racking up over 5, likes from fans, the self-described radical feminist captioned the image: "Maybe I'm disgusting, gross and dirty The Instagram star - who has also penned vegan cookbook My Naked Lunchbox - revealed in a previous post that she first started shaving her armpits and legs at the age of 12 because she had been taught that it was "disgusting, unhygienic and unacceptable" by society. Referring to the star as her role model, one user said: "You go girl!
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A Cambodian woman who emerged naked from the jungle to scavenge for food is thought to have lived like an animal for almost 20 years. Villagers in Rattanakiri province, close to the Vietnamese border, spotted the woman trying to steal food. The girl had disappeared in aged eight, while herding buffalo in a remote jungle area, about miles northeast of Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. Mao San, the police chief of Oyadao district, yesterday described the woman as "half-human and half-animal". Mr Sal said: "When I saw her she was naked and walking in a bending-forward position like a monkey. She was bare-bones skinny. Her eyes were red like tigers' eyes.
The so-called Cambodian jungle girl is a Vietnamese  woman who emerged from the jungle in Ratanakiri province , Cambodia on January 13, A family in a nearby village claimed that the woman was their daughter Rochom P'ngieng born who had disappeared 18 or 19 years previously; the story was covered in most media as one of a feral child who lived in the jungle for most of her life. The woman stayed with the family until , when a Vietnamese man claimed that the woman was his daughter who had disappeared in at age 23, following a mental breakdown. He was able to provide documentation about the woman's birth and disappearance, and shortly after brought her back to his village in Vietnam. He received the support of her adoptive family as well as the approval of immigration officials.
Rochom P'ngieng, dubbed "jungle woman" when she emerged in Feb , has still has not learnt to speak and refuses to wear clothes. Her father said she had been admitted to hospital after refusing to eat for a month and had made several attempts to return to the forest. Sal Lou said: "Her condition looks worse than the time we brought her from the jungle.