Fat Pig loses

#1
Common sense prevails!
BBC News - Obesity surgery court battle lost by Tom Condliff

What a fat idle knacker. I'm glad he got told to poke off by the be-wigged type on the bench. ******* chancer.

Had to laugh - fancy being told you're not fat enough! I suppose the danger now is that the useless lump of lard will go on a binge diet to gain those extra 7 BMI points.
 
#2
Common sense prevails!
BBC News - Obesity surgery court battle lost by Tom Condliff

What a fat idle knacker. I'm glad he got told to poke off by the be-wigged type on the bench. ******* chancer.

Had to laugh - fancy being told you're not fat enough! I suppose the danger now is that the useless lump of lard will go on a binge diet to gain those extra 7 BMI points.
Don't suppose there will be a book on whether he makes it or karks it before the target weight.
 

jarrod248

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#3
Quite right he'll learn em and before we know it he'll be at his target weight.
When did this country turn people totally reliant on state intervention. I wonder how he developed diabetes.
 
#4
Quite right he'll learn em and before we know it he'll be at his target weight.
When did this country turn people totally reliant on state intervention. I wonder how he developed diabetes.
"He said Mr Condliff had a "severe needle phobia", and over a number of years insulin had not been "delivered" as effectively as it might have been. Mr Condliff had developed a "gross appetite" and started to "gorge himself" following a course of insulin."

At this point I should clarify, my tongue is so far in my cheek it's threatening to come out of my earhole!
 
#5
Quite right he'll learn em and before we know it he'll be at his target weight.
When did this country turn people totally reliant on state intervention. I wonder how he developed diabetes.
That'll be down to the pills, the Dr's, nurses, genetics, big bones, the Police. I'll guarantee it will be nothing that he's done.
 
B

Biscuits_AB

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#7
Common sense prevails!
BBC News - Obesity surgery court battle lost by Tom Condliff

What a fat idle knacker. I'm glad he got told to poke off by the be-wigged type on the bench. ******* chancer.

Had to laugh - fancy being told you're not fat enough! I suppose the danger now is that the useless lump of lard will go on a binge diet to gain those extra 7 BMI points.
It's an oldy but it's a goody:

‪The Fat Sweaty Coppers Fast Show‬‏ - YouTube

Who's paying his legal costs?
 
#8
According to his solicitor:"[...] he's on a very severely restricted calorie count of 400 to 500 calories a day, so it's not overeating."

OK, so his solicitor could be lying through his teeth, but if this guy's really on 500 calories he's doing his bit.
 
#9
According to his solicitor:"[...] he's on a very severely restricted calorie count of 400 to 500 calories a day, so it's not overeating."

OK, so his solicitor could be lying through his teeth, but if this guy's really on 500 calories he's doing his bit.
If the guy is on 500 calories a day, he'll be losing weight! He's either cheating or deliberately telling porkies
 

jarrod248

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#10
According to his solicitor:"[...] he's on a very severely restricted calorie count of 400 to 500 calories a day, so it's not overeating."

OK, so his solicitor could be lying through his teeth, but if this guy's really on 500 calories he's doing his bit.
It's lies, it never happened in Ethiopia.
 
#12
On reflection, we the Taxpayer should be sueing him for failing to look after himself and for failing to follow the quack's orders. He has been given expensive doses of insulin to inject in his fat arse and he's failed to do it. As with all obesity, this should be dealt with as a self-inflicted injury and he should be billed for his wastage.

A quick look at Dr Wikipedia's website reveals:

1. It is well known that insulin resistance commonly coexists with obesity.
2. Sedentary lifestyle increases the likelihood of development of insulin resistance
3. The primary treatment for insulin resistance is exercise
 
#14
Tom Condliff, 62, said he needed a gastric bypass operation to save his life
Wrong. He needs some self-discipline. Shame you can't get that in Boots the Chemist.

Ex-plod, too. **** me rigid.
 
#15
According to his solicitor:"[...] he's on a very severely restricted calorie count of 400 to 500 calories a day, so it's not overeating."

OK, so his solicitor could be lying through his teeth, but if this guy's really on 500 calories he's doing his bit.
If this guy's really on 500 calories, a gastric band ain't gonna make a whole lot of difference...
 
#19
How hard would it be to convert a diesel generator to run on human fat? I've just had a letter announcing that my leccy rates are going up, so I'm all for doing a flat-bed lorry up like the Pequod and doing drive-by harpoonings up and down the streets around the nearest Greggs. Render the fatties down, fuel up the genny and sell whatever's left back to Greggs to shovel into their mystery meat pies and complete the fatties' circle of life.
 
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