Checkout The Indonesian Tribe Where Men & Women are Still Walking About N*ked in Eye-catching Outfits (Photos)


Deep in the highlands of Western New Guinea, Indonesia, lives one of
the world’s most isolated tribes.
One of their customs is the wearing of an unusual piece of underwear –
the Koteka – worn by males which is commonly referred to as a penis
sheath and women in the tribe have been known to cut off the end of their
own fingers to mark the loss of a relative.
As well as their quite liberal view towards clothing, the tribe are also
well known for their unique practice of self mutilation.
After the passing of a loved one, relatives are expected to cut off the top
part of their fingers as a sign of respect and grieving.
The practice is meant to symbolise the pain one feels after losing a loved
one with many people in the tribe often amputating multiple fingers
during their lifetime.
Photographer and IT support engineer Teh Han Lin from neighbouring
Singapore snapped the tribe over a four day period.






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