Indian man worships US President Donald Trump as a God
Donald Trump is beloved by his diehard fans in the United States, but one man has taken his devotion to the president to a strange new place - and he lives 13,000km away on a different continent.
Indian man Bussa Krishna has spent the past three years worshipping Trump as a God, carrying around a picture of the president and praying to him several times a day.
Hailing from Telengana near the capital of Hyderbad, the 31-year-old's admiration for Trump began around the time he kicked off his "Make America Great Again" campaign.
Krishna has started a Facebook page to share his love of Trump with the world, regularly posting pictures and videos of himself worshiping at a shrine to the president.
Krishna said people in his village called him mad and suggested he visit a psychologist.
"I told them 'I don't require any, maybe you should go, because he is my God and I am not bothered about stuff others say'," he said.
"My next plan is to build a temple for Trump in three to six months."
A neighbour said Krishna walked around the streets around his home saying "Trump is my God, he is in my heart. I like him very much, so I keep worshipping him".
"Seeing him always doing puja (worship) for Trump's photo, his parents left his house and are now staying with their relatives," a woman named Sathyalakshmi said.
"Even this did not make him stop worshipping Trump and doing puja. Wherever he goes, he always carries the Trump photo with him. Whether he goes to the shop, or fields, or to buy something. He always carries the photo with him."
Krishna's Facebook page is flooded with comments supporting his worship of the 45th president of the United States.
Another posted: "You make me smile with your love of our President. God bless you!"