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I like people staring at me and don't care what they think.'Even when I'm not dressed up like an elf people stare at me.

I have had long white hair for five years, I use larger contact lenses and I am very tall.'I use make-up to enhance my features so they are more angelic and wear clothing that's more stylish or antique.'I consider myself trans-species, in the same way transgender people feel, I need to become how I feel inside, I don't expect people to understand but I ask they respect it.'The fantasy genre makes me happy and because I didn't have many friends when I was younger I submerged myself into it.'Mr Padron fell in love with the fantasy genre during his early teenage years, while struggling with bullies who mocked him because he dyed his hair and had different dress sense.

Indeed, many well-intentioned admirers have struck out simply because of a misguided attempt to be friendly.

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He has almost spent more than £25,000 on surgery including liposuction on his jaw, a nose job, full body hair removal and operations to change his eye colour.

Mr Padron gets unusual looks but says he doesn't care what people think and said he won't stop until he has fully 'transformed' into an elf.

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