Keith Martin Is World’s Fattest Man

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Keith Martin Is World’s Fattest Man

He weighs 58 stone and is wider than being taller. He is none other than the world's fattiest man in the world. Keith Martin, 42, took away the title from Mexican Manuel Uribe, 44, who has now taken up dieting to lose weight.

Keith, who used to be a warehouseman, said that he started gaining weight since he was a teenager and things had worsened since the demise of his mother. He hates to see himself in such condition, but has lost all the hope to be an active man.

It's been 10 years now that he has not gotten up from the bed and has 18 servants, who take care of him. His condition has made him vulnerable and has been diagnosed with many diseases for which he has to be taken to doctor in a reinforced ambulance.

No clothes fit him and even do not have any partner since last 20 years. A documentary has been shot on him where he would be narrating all his life incidents. The documentary would be shown on Channel 5 named as Big Body Squad series from the end of February.

The documentary would be showing his daily routine, which he spends lying all day long and watching television. Keith told that his day starts with eight extra large hot dogs and in lunch he has two roast plus sausages and chips and does not mind to have extra sugar coffee and cakes, biscuits with sugar coating and chocolates along.

Doctors told that Keith has to lose half of his weight and then only they can think about conducting weight-loss surgery on him. However, it seems quite difficult for him as he is in no mood to live healthier and happier life.

Keith said, "My mother died when I was 16 and I didn't care about anything after that and couldn't care less what happened to me, I ate anything and everything".


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