World’s ex-fattest man poses in nude [POLL]

I’m going to take the unusual step of putting it all after the break, so you are in control of what you’ll do to your retinae:

Paul — once the world’s fattest man at 70st — shed an incredible 46st in three years but as a result has so much loose flesh it completely covers his wedding tackle.

Ex-postie Paul, 52, lost two-thirds of his weight when a gastric bypass op reduced his stomach to the size of an egg.

This is Paul, before the surgery


He has now posed naked in the hope these shocking photos will persuade NHS chiefs to sanction a £60,000 operation to remove the unsightly excess skin.

He said: “I want health professionals to have a look and think, ‘It’s about time we helped this chap’.

“Around my middle and on my legs the skin keeps splitting because of the weight of it.”

And this is Paul now


Paul, who had the gastric bypass on the NHS in 2010, once gorged on 20,000 calories a day — ten times the healthy level.

He would eat four portions of fish and chips, two kebabs and a roast — just for lunch.

Now he is down to 24st and wants to lose more.

He says about eight stone would go if surgeons removed the droopy skin which restricts his mobility and causes sores.

His GP will present the pictures to NHS bosses as proof he needs the op now.

He got the stomach operation at the tax payers’ expense.  And now he wants to have the flabby bits taken off at the tax payers’ expense.

What do you think?

Should Paul have the flabby bits taken off care of the taxpayers?

  • This is clearly an extreme case, you can't leave him hanging like that. Pay for it already (48%, 174 Votes)
  • Paul is the author of his own misfortune, he's lucky enough to have had the gastric paid for - it stops here (33%, 119 Votes)
  • You bastard, why did you make me look? (18%, 66 Votes)

Total Voters: 359

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Source:  The Sun



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