WikiLeaks owner Julian Assange’s bad hygiene sparks complaints during Ecuador Embassy, news says

WikiLeaks owner Julian Assange is seen on a patio of a Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

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 (Reuters)

The sniff of debate has prolonged surrounded WikiLeaks owner Julian Assange, but, according to a new report, he only reeks.

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Assange’s miss of cleanliness was reportedly one of a reasons behind Ecuador’s new attempts to extricate him from his five-year deadlock in a embassy in London, a International Business Times reported.

“It seems he doesn’t rinse properly,” a rarely placed source told a news outlet. The emanate stirred steady complaints from staff during a UK embassy, according to a report.

The WikiLeaks owner has been holed adult during a embassy in Knightsbridge given 2012 and was recently postulated Ecuadorean citizenship.

The IBT news emerged after Britain deserted Ecuador’s focus to allot a 46-year-old tactful status.

Others have complained of Assange’s controversial hygiene practices in a past.

“Julian ate all with his hands and he always wiped his fingers on his pants. we have never seen pants as greasy as his in my whole life,” one of his closest aides, Daniel Domscheit-Berg, told IBT.

Jérémie Zimmermann, a crony and former colleague, wrote in 2012 that “unless a people around him force him to shower, he competence not change his garments for days.”

U.S. officials told IBT that impediment Assange stays a priority, though would not endorse either a supervision would ask his extradition should he be arrested in a U.K.

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