“My Disability, A Gift”, Says Man Without Hands

disabilityA 45-year-old Indian, Vikram Agnihotri, has described his disability as a gift.

Agnihotri, who lost both arms when he accidentally touched a high voltage wire age 7, uses his nose and feet to play tennis, swim and even drive.

The Indian said he had accepted his disability as “a gift” and has learnt to do basic tasks such as; shave with his feet, operate his phone with his nose, swim; gym every morning and play tennis using his shoulders.

Mr Agnihotri was an active child before the accident which claimed his two hands happened, MailOnline reports.

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He, however, refused to let the disability hold him back as he has employed a technique that allows him to do many things without his hands.

One of such is his unusual skill in driving, an act which has baffled many, who have come in contact with him.

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