The person in the photo does not have freedom. As Kant says, morality consists of freedom, and freedom consists of reason's control over our physical desires. To be constrained by the people and substances around you is a heteronomy of the soul.
This man is addicted to the sugar and junk food. As soon as he wakes up he must stuff his face with hardoned corn syrup cake in milk. He has been gaining weight and is unhappy with how he looks, he doesn't feel as well as he used to and minor pains bring him fear for reasons unknown to him. He knows he should do better, but he can't. He has his cigarette once an hour. As soon as he puts one out his anxiety raises until he needs another one. His lungs feel heavy when he wakes up and he can't run.
He watches his shows that offer nothing but the constant stimulation of flashing colours and pseudointellectual platitudes, their cliche nihilistic messages help put out the fuse of his existential anxiety. Another joke is made and the connection of meaning is made in his head completely effortlessly, he automatically smiles and feels a sense of enjoyment, which will leave him feeling more empty than before just like the insulin spike from his morning cereal.
After this he will be compelled to his laptop. Because of the constant novelty and dopamine saturation nature of pornography, he has required mom and more obscure videos in order to get off. He is highly specific in what he needs, and clicks through some hundreds of videos in a matter of minutes searching for a brand new video that will accomidate his fetish. He cums and feels disgusted with himself.
That night his girlfriend asks him again why he never wants to sleep with her. He says he has just been tired lately. He has been conditioning his brain to porn every day for many years. He is completely desensitized to normal reward mechanisms.
To feel truely good is to live morally, which is the same as to be free.