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How 26-year-old Chinese Gains 100kg During Five-month Lockdown

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A 26-year-old Chinese man was recently labelled Wuhan’s fattest person after gaining a whopping 100 kilograms during the city’s five-month lockdown.

The man, referred to only as Zhou, to protect his privacy, wasn’t exactly slim before the coronavirus started wreaking havoc in Wuhan, prompting the authorities to impose a strict lockdown.

But at least he kept his weight in check, worked at a local cafe and led a relatively normal lifestyle. But all that changed when Zhou started spending most of his time indoors. Unable to burn off any calories, he started gaining weight, and in a few months’ time, he had ballooned to 616 pounds (280 kilograms), over 200 pounds more than he weighed before the Covid-19 epidemic.

According to Odditycentral, Zhou’s shocking case was revealed last week, by one of the doctors who treated him at the Wuhan University Central South Hospital, along with photos of his admission, on June 1.

He reportedly told doctors that he had not left his home since before the lockdown, in January, and that his weight had made it impossible for him to sleep comfortably anymore, which was why he finally asked for medical assistance.

“Doctor, I haven’t closed my eyes for 48 hours. It’s so uncomfortable. Can you help me?” Zhou allegedly asked Dr Li Zhen, the deputy director of the Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Center of the Central South Hospital of Wuhan University. By that point, he had already contacted other doctors, who refused to assist him because of his extreme weight.

After a team of paramedics struggled to get Zhou out of his home and into an ambulance, he was admitted into the ICU, where initial tests revealed various symptoms, such as heart failure and respiratory dysfunction. Unfortunately, his size made it hard for doctors to conduct other needed tests, like blood pressure and EEG. For 10 days, doctors tried to stabilise him, and on June 11 he was declared stable and out of immediate danger.

Zhen said that the patient’s obesity was caused by genetic factors and endocrine abnormalities exacerbated by his inactivity and increased calorie intake during Wuhan’s five-month lockdown. He said his team members were hopeful that Zhou would be able to lose at least 50 pounds so he could safely undergo a  gastric bypass or stomach reduction surgery to help him shed most of the excess weight.

“I can only hope that by adjusting diet and rest and other methods, it (body weight) can reduce more than 50 pounds in three months so that the risk of surgery will be greatly reduced,” the doctor said.

As someone who has put on some serious weight during these trying months, I can totally relate to Zhou, although 100 kilograms seems like a lot.

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EndSARS: Drama As Protester Spotted Wearing DPO Uniform In Edo

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This is the moment one of the protesters in Edo State was spotted wearing Divisional Police Officer’s Uniform to protest ground.

The picture was shared online this morning with the caption; “Osaro turn DPO” “Edo my State”.

However, many people have been asking questions as to where did the young protester get the Uniform from and who is actually the owner of the Police Uniform?

This is hilarious indeed!

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ENDSARS Protest At CNN Center, Los Angeles, United States (VIDEO)

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ENDSARS protest hits CNN CENTRE Los Angeles

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EndSARS: Hoodlums Break Benin Prison Wall, Free Inmates (Watch Video)

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  • Suspected hoodlums around Kings Square in Benin City, the capital city of Edo State have broken the walls of the headquarters of the Nigeria Correctional Centre (Nigeria prisons in Benin).

The Hoodlums, after gaining entrance into the prison through the fence freed inmates in the prisons along Benin Sapele Road, near Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ office.


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https://dailypost.ng/2020/10/19/protesters-break-benin-prisons-free-inmates-video/

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