When he was a little kid all he wanted was to look like the rest of his family. Normal sized in a home full of people with dwarfism, he stood out like a sore thumb – and his school mates let him know it.
When they came to play they’d ask him why he lived in a “midget house” and call him “a giant”.
“I wished I was a dwarf too,” Peet Montzingo says. “At least that way I’d fit in. I was always trying to fit in somewhere.”