Baba Avtar Singh lives in the Punjab region of India, where he is well-known for his immense (and immensely badass) turbans, which involve a half-mile of fabric and 100 lbs. of metal and bead ornaments. Most Sikh men wear a turban as a demonstration of their faith and also to protect their hair, which they are not supposed to cut. But this amazing turban comes with a cost, however: two hours of maintenance every day. And, presumably, back pain. Still, it's hard to deny that Mr. Singh looks incredibly cool on his motorcycle while wearing this masterpiece along with a sword and shield. There's a good reason everyone in town wants a picture with him, and also why he gets respect (and help getting up and down) from his religious peers: