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Aditya 'Romeo' Dev (1 November 1988 – 13 September 2012) was an Indian
body builder with dwarfism made famous by being reported in the UK press in Aditya 'Romeo' Dev
February 2008.  Romeo could shoulder press custom made 2 kg dumbbells, a Born November 1, 1988
notable feat given his 9 kg (20 lbs.) body weight and 84 cm (2' 9") stature. 
Although it has not been published in a Guinness World Records book, in 2006 Died September 13, 2012 (aged 23)
they recognized him to be the "world's smallest bodybuilder". 
Occupation Body Builder, Entertainer,
Romeo had a head of 38 cm (15 inches) and a chest of 51 cm (20 inches). He
maintained his figure by working with his trainer Ranjeet Pal. 
Dev made many appearances on local television to demonstrate his dancing abilities.
In summer of 2008, Dev was diagnosed with aneurysms which, if left untreated, are a serious threat to his life. Aneurysms
and Moyamoya are common symptoms of the syndrome MOPD II, which was the cause of Dev's small stature. 
He died on September 13, 2012 after a brain aneurysm rupture.
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3. ^ a b "World’s Smallest Bodybuilder Dies at Age 23" . ABC News. 13 September 2012.
4. ^ FOXNews.com - World's Smallest Bodybuilder, Aditya 'Romeo' Dev of India, Causing Huge Stir - International News | News of the
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