Brazilian plastic surgery fanatic Rodrigo Alves says he 'does not like being touched' and is often hit on by straight men as he plans 60th cosmetic procedure
Op-obsessed Rodrigo, 34, who is going under the knife for the 60th time, said: “I don’t really like to be touched, and I am too selfish really for sexual contact”.
Describing himself as “asexual”, he added: “I don’t like to touch other people too much either.”
Rodrigo also says straight men often chat him up.
He says both men and women are attracted to him, and he often gets mistaken for a woman.
But his biggest fans seem to be straight men. He said: “The sort of men that like me are usually straight men.
“They come up to me after a few drinks and say, ‘You are so pretty and so perfect and better looking than any woman I know.'”
Brazilian Rodrigo’s revelation comes as he plans to travel to LA for the latest procedure to slim his figure.
He has ignored warnings that any more operations could kill him — insisting: “I will keep going, there is no such thing as plastic surgery killing you”.
Rodrigo’s family told The Sun Online last month that they fear he could die on the operating table.
But the defiant model, who has spent £300,000 on surgery, looked towards his late hero Joan Rivers who “carried on until she died having a facelift, but she didn’t die because of the operation, she had a health problem.”
After having the operation, Rodrigo intends to have another nose job – his fourth, as he has problems with his breathing.
He was told by Botched plastic surgeon Dr Paul Nassif his nose could fall off if he had work done on it again.
But Rodrigo is determined to get it fixed: “The shape of it is alright but I cannot breath very well.
“I am repairing it. I will probably go to Turkey to get it done, I am the master of plastic surgery. I know the best doctors.”