In Kurt Vonnegut's short story "Harrison Bergeron," the title character is the most handicapped person in a society that seeks to equalize everyone by handicapping those who have greater abilities.
The following quote from the story describes the handicaps he has received from the "handicapper general."
The rest of Harrison's appearance was Halloween and hardware. Nobody had ever born heavier handicaps. He had outgrown hindrances father than the H-G men could think them up. Instead of a little ear radio for a mental handicap, he wore a tremendous pair of earphones, and spectacles with thick, wavy lenses. The spectacles were intended to make him not only half blind, but to give him whanging headaches besides.
Scrap metal hung all over him. Ordinarily, there was a certain symmetry, a military neatness to the handicaps issued to strong people, but Harrison looked like a walking junkyard. In the race of life, Harrison carried three hundred pounds.
Harrison Bergeron also had to wear a red rubber nose, keep his eyebrows shaved, and wear black caps on his teeth at "snaggle tooth random." This was to cover up his unfair attractiveness.
Harrison was an incredible threat to this society. Not only was he athletic and strong, he was also extremely intelligent and good-looking. For these reasons, he bore more handicaps than anyone else.