One of Britain's fattest men who used to guzzle more than 100 pints of Coke a WEEK is opening the county's first gym for the super obese - after he lost a staggering 31 stone.
Married Graham Waugh, 45, piled on the pounds when depression and anxiety trapped him indoors for more than a decade, pushing his weight to a crippling 52 stones.

He gorged on 12 takeaways and 21 family bags of peanut M&Ms a week, all washed down with a can of coke every half an hour - or more than 16 pints a DAY.
But determined Graham - who also used to smoke 80 cigarettes a day - turned his life around after his big brother suddenly died, spurring him to turn his life around.


He signed up to an obesity clinic and found out he weighed a whopping 52 stone - double what he expected. "He was the only person that I actually told about my weight, and one of the last things he said to me was you need to get your weight off," Graham said.
"It spurred me on and I thought he didn't have a choice and I'm sitting here being selfish and just waiting for death, just giving it away."
He started dieting in 2012 when doctors said he needed to lose weight to have a sleeve gastrectomy - a weight-loss procedure to remove part of the stomach.
Graham was instructed to go on an all-milk diet for three months, and lost six stone before the operation in July 2012 at Luton and Dunstable Hospital.
The six-hour op also saw surgeons remove an 'apron' of skin - which reached Graham's ANKLES - and that alone saw him lose more than FIVE STONE.

SOURCE: Mirror uk


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