Teen with no hands, one leg pole dances to feel free


By AGENCY

Cesarini, 15, practices pole dancing at home in Magione, near Perugia, Italy. Photos: Reuters

Fifteen-year-old Francesca Cesarini was born with no hands and with only one leg. So her mother was more than a bit surprised when her daughter told her she wanted to be an acrobatic pole dancer.

"I don't know if maybe I saw it on social media first, or I dreamt it, I don't know. I just know that I (woke up and) went to her and I said that I wanted to do pole dance," Cesarini said.

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