According to recent information published on several international news sites, 8-year-old Mai Li Fay from Thailand is said to have a extremely rare condition that gives her lower half a reptilian appearance. According to the previously reported information, Mai Li Fay suffers from a rare syndrome called Serpentosis Malianorcis, which gives her the peculiar snake-like tail.
With her half-human, half-snake appearance, King Cecrops of Athens was known to humans as a skilled military strategist and the most extraordinary king of all time. Perhaps it is because of her unique appearance that Mai Li Fay, the Thai girl, suddenly gained the attention and worship of thousands of people as a living Saint.
Mai Li Fay – the half-human, half-snake girl
According to recent information published on several international news sites, 8-year-old Mai Li Fay, who lives in Bangkok, Thailand, is one of the few recorded cases of an extremely rare condition that gives her lower half a reptilian appearance.
According to Dr. Ping Lao, a leading medical expert in Thailand, Li Fay has been diagnosed with Serpentosis Malianorcis syndrome, also known as Jing Jing syndrome. It is known that the number of cases of this syndrome is very limited, and there is currently no known treatment for it.
According to this news site, Li Fay’s family welcomes thousands of curious tourists every day who come to see the half-human, half-snake girl. Because both Buddhist and Hindu followers believe that Mai Li Fay is a symbol of good luck.
The story of the snake that preys on beautiful girls
It can also be said that Mai Li Fay is not the first case of a half-human, half-snake being mentioned. In the 1990s, there were rumors circulating about a mysterious creature appearing in the dressing room of Robinsons Galleria, a shopping center in Quezon City, Philippines.
The half-human, half-snake creature was believed to be the twin sibling of Robina Gokongwei, the daughter of the mall’s owner, John Gokongwei Jr. That’s why the snake was named Robinsons. Although there were different versions of this rumor, most of the victims of the mysterious Robinsons snake were young and beautiful girls. After being kidnapped, the snake would eat all of its victims.
Actress Alice Dixson once affirmed that she was a victim of this creature during a visit to Robinsons Mall. Alice was spared because the snake had fallen in love with her and spared her life.
However, the rumors about the Robinsons snake gradually faded away by 2010 when the dried remains of a strange creature with a human head and a snake-like body were discovered. Subsequently, scientists got involved and confirmed that the snake-human specimen was fake and created solely for shock value.
All are products of imagination
Returning to the case of little Li Fay. Through research, it is found that the image claimed to be Li Fay’s has appeared on many entertainment websites with clearly photoshopped elements for several months.
Looking at the picture, it can be seen that the lower body of the girl in the image is clumsily “processed” from the back of a python and the lower abdomen of a Burmese python.
Furthermore, there is no information whatsoever, not even the slightest, about Serpentosis Malianorcis syndrome or Jing Jing syndrome. In fact, if it were a rare and shocking condition, with the vast amount of knowledge available on the internet today, it would not be difficult to find information on the subject. On the contrary, information about the Jing Jing syndrome does not appear in any online medical literature.”