World"s fattest man Paul Mason loses an incredible 45 stone

World's former fattest man loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKINPaul Mason, from Ipswich, Suffolk, once weighed an incredible 70 stone Former postman now needs operation to help him get even thinner51-year-old says excess skin makes it difficult to walk By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:49 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 16:11 GMT, 4 January 2013 The former fattest man in the world has lost almost two thirds of his weight – but now wants an operation to remove his excess skin.

Former world"s fattest man Paul Mason loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKIN

World's former fattest man loses an incredible 45 stone – but now needs an operation to shed eight stone of excess SKINPaul Mason, from Ipswich, Suffolk, once weighed an incredible 70 stone Former postman now needs operation to help him get even thinner51-year-old says excess skin makes it difficult to walk By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:49 GMT, 2 January 2013 | UPDATED: 11:42 GMT, 3 January 2013 The former fattest man in the world has lost almost two thirds of his weight – but now wants an operation to remove his excess skin.

Britain"s obesity crisis: NHS spending 16m a year on 200 who are too fat to leave home

Britain's obesity crisis: NHS spending 16m a year on 200 who are too fat to leave homeBed-ridden and needing up to four heath worker visits a day, they cost an average of 80,000 a year each63st teenager Georgia Davis was rushed to hospital last week in operation needing 40 emergency workers On Saturday emergency services took eight hours to free 40st Russell Parkin after he fell ill at his home | UPDATED: 09:11 GMT, 30 May 2012 At least 200 people in the UK are costing the NHS 16million because weighing 35 stone and more they are too fat to leave their home, it has been claimed.