What was the man's heaviest weight?
Answer from: Vadim Romansky:
Junior researcher of Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, Moscow, Russia. Ioffe...
Record - 560 kg, Mexican Manuel Uribe, he died in 2014 at the age of 49.
Mexican Manuel Uribe, once considered the heaviest man on Earth, died at age 49 in Monterrey. He had been bedridden for years and couldn't even walk. He was cared for by his mother and friends. In order to take him to the hospital, even now, a crane was needed. Not surprising, because in 2006, when the Guinness Book of World Records recorded his record, he weighed 560 kilograms! Even after losing a drastic amount of weight, Manuel weighed 394 pounds at the time of his death. Uribe had been overweight since childhood. Suffice it to say that at 13, he already weighed 115 kilos. But it was in 1992 that the weight really began to grow.
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