(iWIDK By Jared Raymond) – The world’s fattest man is faced with a whole new weight-loss problem.
Paul Mason once weighed almost a half ton and ate 20,000 calories a day, but after gastric bypass surgery, he is down to only 350 pounds.
However, over 100 of those pounds are excess skin that doctors refuse to remove, according to BBC News. For now, that is.
Doctors say Mason must have a stable weight for at least two years before he can go through another surgery.
The excess skin is an unbearable burden though, as it hampers his ability to walk, while perpetuating his inability to lose more weight loss through normal exercise.
Mason is hoping to write a book about his experience to show people the dangers of over-consumption.