Britain’s ‘heaviest man’ passes AWAY aged 33 – he was airlifted out of bed by crane


Britain‘s heaviest man has died from organ failure das before his 34th birthday. He died last Saturday after doctors were unable to prevent his organs from failing.

The Britain’s Fattest Man, Jason Holton

Jason Holton, from Camberley in Surrey, has being housebound for eight years due to his large frame.

Cause of His Weight Gain

Mr Holton began overeating as a teenager, and attributed bullying at school and mental health problems as the root cause of his weight gain.

He also explained how losing his father at age three and being bullied at school saw him balloon to 50 stone in weight.

He told TalkTV: ‘Maybe if I had my father around, maybe there would be rules set to what I’m eating and stuff to stop me putting things and stuff in my mouth.

‘Just eating constantly. Lamb doner meat, I had a problem with energy drinks. I just decided to get 15 of the Monster cans and drink them all in one go.’

What Mom Said

His mother Leisa told The Sun that her son recently ‘started to go downhill’ after his kidneys stopped working.

‘He’s probably had about eight lives and I thought the doctors would be able to save him again, but sadly it wasn’t possible,’ she said. 

Holton was reportedly transferred from his home to Royal Surrey County Hospital by a special ambulance which six firefighters had to carry him to.

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How He Couldn’t Be Saved

His mother said he was put on kidney dialysis and an IV drip but that his organs continued to fail.

Doctors then told him he would pass away within a week, she said, and he passed away on Saturday.

The coroner’s report stated that he died from organ failure and obesity. Mr Holton lived in a custom-built council.

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