Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili on Tuesday said he was ready to donate to Russian politicians any part of his body to restore Georgian integrity.
"I am ready to send any part of my body with great pleasure so that they [Russian politicians] return at least a part of our territories,” Saakashvili said, adding that he would take back as many territories as he has organs.
The former Georgian republics of South Ossetia and Abkhazia broke away from Georgia in the early 1990s. Georgian forces attempted to bring South Ossetia back under central control in August 2008, but were repelled by the Russian military in what is called the 5-day Russia-Georgian war.
Saakashvili has already amused world media when he was caught by cameras nervously chewing his necktie during the days of the 2008 conflict. He was then called mentally-ill.
After the tie-chewing video, a group of foreign psychologists unveiled a document which says that the Georgian president had “a strong paranoid disorder in hysteroid personality type with a narcissistic complex.”