South African 'world's oldest man' wants to stop smoking

South African 'world's oldest man' wants to stop smoking
 

Fredie Blom spent most of his life as a labourer - on a farm and in the construction industry - in apartheid South Africa but he might soon be recognised as the world's oldest man, as the BBC's Mohammed Allie reports from Cape Town.
Although he gave up drinking many years ago, Fredie Blom is still a regular smoker.
"Every day I still smoke two to three 'pills'," - local slang for tobacco tightly rolled into a cigarette-length piece of newspaper. "I use my own tobacco because I don't smoke cigarettes.
"The urge to smoke is so strong. Sometimes I tell myself I'm going to... read more

 
29 May 2018 in World News, Views: 71
Source: BBC
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