Fat bastard reduced to begging

The saffa fat bastard facing deportation for being a fat bastard is now on the bludge instead of trimming off a few more kilos.

A South African man facing deportation because he is “too fat” for New Zealand is appealing to the public for financial help.

Albert Buitenhuis and his wife Marthie are waiting for a decision from Associate Minister of Immigration Nikki Kaye over whether they can stay in the country.

The pair moved to New Zealand in 2007 and have worked in a Christchurch restaurant ever since. 

However, after starting the application for permanent residency, Buitnehuis’ health came under scrutiny from Immigration New Zealand (INZ).

They were told they would be deported because, along with a knee condition, Buitenhuis’ obesity was too much of a potential strain on the health system. He weighs 130kg, having lost 30kg since arriving in the country.

Buitnehuis has now started a Facebook page asking for donations to help the pair stay in the country.

He and his wife had “gone broke” fighting to stay in New Zealand and could see no end in sight to the struggle.

They’d have been better to invest in some gym memberships and a a weight watchers programme.

  • Josh Metcalfe

    I suspect he generates more money to the economy than he costs. I doubt the department of immigration is running on a cost benefit basis.

    • Patrick

      I have been to the Immigration Department office in Manukau & I fail to see how that place could be run on a cost benefit basis, too many pen pushers doing naff all but waiting to clock off at 17:00

      • Mr_Blobby

        Try 1630 Hours.

    • steve and monique

      Works,pays tax,and is productive. He can loose weight with help,and will still be working. Kick out the unemployed overweight before this guy.

  • Arnie

    It’s not so much his weight, but his future medical costs overall that we would have to pay for, and myself a fourth generation NZ’r will have to wait even longer for my hip replacement caused by too much hill work in my farming days.

  • Shoreboy57

    Imagine if a Kiwi ran this line in Oz. Media would have a field day on bludging NZers but not here, it’s the Govt’s fault of course

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    Why can’t FatCon help this Fat artist? Just asking…Also I am surprised that this has not become John Key’s problem yet….

  • Patrick

    Does Immigration NZ apply the same standard to all applicants for permanent residence? Or just those of a certain ethnicity, religion & or level of wealth? I mean for example there is a certain German gentleman who must come close to being classed as obese, he is a strain on a number of government systems. I am sure NZ would be better off without him.

    • Tom

      And a good proportion of Sth Auckland, many of whom don’t work.

      • steve and monique

        Agree,kick out one,kick out the lot. Fat Polys probarly will suck more out of the system then this guy

    • Mr_Blobby

      I don’t think the policy applies to Polynesians, they even build hospitals and rest homes with bigger rooms and wider doors to accommodate them.

      I was at a self service station the other day filling up and a van full of fatties pulled up, after several minutes, the driver wound down the window and asked if this was a full service, service station. I said no and he wound up the window and they drove off.

      • dumbshit

        waikato hospital is replacing their patient lifts with units with 500kg swl

  • Jman

    In South Auckland, 130kg is lightweight

    • LabTested

      in South Auckland 130kg is a 16 year old school boy. Seriously, I was refereeing an over 16 open weight rugby game a few years back. This kid got the ball, was easy 130kg. Ran a few meters & his tendon snapped under his own weight. ps. while he was lying on the ground in agony his captain suggested I award them a penalty.

  • jy word gedonner

    fokoff slater poes

  • Marty

    I haven’t seen a picture of the fat fucks’ wife, but if she’s a looker and likes fruit she can suck on my cock. It’s a peach.

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