How Britain’s Fattest Man Spent £22,000 On Takeaways Before He Died

The final weeks of Britain’s fattest man are to be revealed
in a documentary filmed shortly before he died – showing how he spent £22,000
on takeaways in six years. Carl Thompson, who weighed 65 stone when he died
aged 33, was found dead at his flat in Dover, Kent last month after
binge-eating for years following the death of his mother.
He agreed to talk about his struggle with obesity as part of
Channel 5’s six-part Supersized season – but died just weeks after filming had
finished. Mr Thompson was completely bedbound in the run-up to his
death and often consumed 10,000 calories a day spending thousands of pounds a
year on fast food.
He reveals in the documentary how he had even given staff at
his local takeaway a key to his home so they could bring food to his bed. Too
sad. See more photos of him below.

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