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This man was one of the pirates in Sao Feng's bath house in Singapore.


Not much was known about his early life. At some point in his life, he became a pirate in Sao Feng's Empire, and served as a guard in his master's bath house. He had spent so much time in his steamy bathtub that he had flora growing on his face.

As usual, the pirate was present at the bathhouse during the War Against Piracy. He was massaged by another guest, and sat silently in his tub. Captain Hector Barbossa and Elizabeth Swann were escorted into the bathhouse by Tai Huang, he did not look up at them, instead simply relaxing in his bathtub, closing his eyes as he was massaged. Later, on Feng's command, he and all of the other pirates in the bathhouse drew their weapons and turned around to fight Swann and Barbossa.

However, the East India Trading Company soldiers then burst into the bathhouse. The bathhouse pirate participated in the ensuing battle, though it is unknown whether he survived the fight.

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