Aldi at two-year-old A chain-smoking toddler, whose 40-a-day habit made headlines seven years ago, has now given up and is excelling at school.Aldi T-shirt Rizal shot to fame in Cameo Collective rose Summer jacket LOVE LOST 2010, when pictures of him riding a tricycle around his village in Sumatra, Indonesia, were circulated across the internet.Huge mobs of protesters storm Macedonian parliament and attack politicians
Two years after the photographs were published, the Indonesian government provided him with specialist help to tackle his addiction, according to The Daily Mail.But it was no easy task for Aldi or his family.His mum Diane Rizal, 32, said: 'At first when we were weaning Aldi off the cigarettes he would have terrible tantrums.The little boy managed to quit the habit completely Now nine, his days of obesity and chain smoking are behind him But now he doesn't want them.'However, Aldi quickly replaced his cigarette addiction with one for food.
Missile obliterates the White House in North Korea World War III propaganda clipHe gorged on fatty foods and drank three cans of condensed milk each day.Ms Rizal said her son would even bang his head against the wall for extra meals.But after being taken to see a nutritionist, Aldi was put on a strict diet.He is currently in Year 4 Aldi is working hard at school His future is now looking more positive.Weighing 24 kilograms (53lbs) at five-years-old, he was almost 6kg over the recommended weight for a child his age.Paediatric specialist Dr William Nawawi said Aldi's smoking could have also contributed to his weight problem.
Father left baby in hot car while he went to strip clubDr Nawawi said: 'The blood will not be able to break glucose from food. This will make Aldi become bigger and bigger.'But after four years on a strict diet of fresh fruit and vegetables, Aldi has managed to lose most of the weight.He is focusing on getting Coccinelle t.moro/nero Across body bag ELODIE through Year four and has been described as the 'champion' of his school.