A burden on the heart: the sad story of one of the fattest people in the worldBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/a-burden-on-the-heart-the-sad-story-of-one-of-the-fattest-people-in-the-world
Paul Mason consumes 40 chocolate bars and 100 packs of chips every day. Once he weighed 500 kg and could eat four huge portions of fast food in one sitting. The man tried to fight addiction to food and even managed to lose up to 120 kg after surgery to reduce the volume of the stomach. Unfortunately, gradually the kilograms began to return, and the Briton again got fat to an outrage. Find out how one of the fattest people in the world lives.
Now the floor weighs almost 250 kg. The man has not left the house for two months. Because of the junk food, his teeth fell out, but he continues to consume fast food.
Social media users can't believe that a Briton could eat 40 chocolate bars and 100 packs of chips in a day.
Paul became famous in 2011. At that time, he weighed almost 500 kg. He was called the fattest man in the world. Over the past ten years, the man has managed to lose up to 120 kg. The Briton had a huge amount of excess skin removed.
Because of his dependence on food, Paul even landed in the dock, stealing food from the store. For several years he had a relationship with American Rebecca, but last year they broke up, and the man returned home from the USA to the UK.
Now the fat man lives in Plymouth. He needs round-the-clock care. Despite attempts to bring his weight back to normal, Paul gained 127 kg again. He said that the addiction to food began to progress when he was 20 years old. The reason for the man considers a difficult childhood and abuse suffered at a young age.
During the pandemic and quarantine, the Briton gained another 9 kg. Paul realizes that he is in a deplorable state. However, while he can't give up fast food and continues to eat depression without leaving home.
Excess weight kills. Ricky Naputi from Guam did not leave the house for seven years, having grown up to 400 kg. Obesity led to his death at a young age.