Face of & # 39; beer den & # 39; man is revealed as doctor says emaciated & # 39; living mummy & # 39; is really his patient who suffers from psoriasis and was never torn apart by beast
- Senior doctor in Kazakhstan claims that Alexander P, 41, was never attacked by beast
- The doctor said instead that he suffered from chronic psoriasis and other complications
- Last week, Russian media claimed that Alexander had been dragged to a bear's den
- But important aspects of the story unraveled, with his language wrong in the clip
- And every hospital in the mountainous area of Tuva denied that he had been their patient
The face of a & # 39; living mummy & # 39; suspected of being torn by a bear was revealed after his doctor claimed he actually had a skin condition.
A senior doctor in Kazakhstan claims that Alexander P, 41, was never attacked by the beast, but instead suffered from chronic psoriasis and other complications.
Last week, the Russian media claimed that Alexander had been dragged to a bear's hole to eat it & # 39; later & # 39 ;.
A shocking video appeared of his emaciated face after being rescued by rescuers – with reports suggesting that his injury was caused by the bear.
A senior doctor in Kazakhstan claims that Alexander P (photo), 41, was never attacked by the beast, but instead suffered from chronic psoriasis and other complications
A graphic video and photos showed the terrible condition of the & # 39; survivor & # 39; allegedly sustained a broken backbone by the bear who later kept him from eating later
& # 39; The bear saved me as food for later & # 39 ;, Alexander said initially.
The main aspects of the story were quickly unraveled, with background voices in the shocking video revealed as Kazakh speaking not the local Tuvan language in the region where the haggard victim was presumably found.
And every hospital in the mountainous area of Tuva denied that he had been their patient.
Claims about a bear attack were eventually expelled on Saturday by Alexander's doctor, Dr. Rustam Isaev, who revealed that he is suffering from the chronic skin condition that Kim Kardashian also has.
The man was filmed illegally by doctors and the footage was released on the internet, he said and vowed to find and fire those responsible & # 39;
The outside of the Aktob Medical Center where the 41-year-old was treated for severe psoriasis
& # 39; As chief physician here I tell you, this is our man, he is not from Tuva nor anywhere else in Russia. & # 39;
He said: & # 39; Alexander P is a resident of the city of Aktobe in Kazakhstan.
& # 39; He was treated in our hospital and was discharged, in good condition, to his mother's care at the end of this week. He suffers from psoriasis.
& # 39; He had lied at home, suffered from apathy, did not want to live. He was depressed.
& # 39; He received no treatment for his skin condition. He neglected his psoriasis and was brought to us in such a condition. Now his mother has taken him. & # 39;
He continued the treatment as an outpatient clinic.
The 41-year-old was actually at the Aktobe Medical Center in Kazakhstan, miles away from where he would have been found in a Russian bear den.
A photo shows him at the hospital in Aktobe, which is situated about 1,600 kilometers from Kyzyl, the area where the bear incident had taken place.
Other photos show the man before he contracted psoriasis.
The senior medic said the man's mother did not want any further information about her son's condition.
She was deeply upset & # 39; about the video & # 39; claims to show her son as the victim of a harrowing bear attack & # 39 ;, said a family member.
The chief physician is furious about the way images of the naked man taken during a medical examination were leaked onto the web and then a & # 39; fake & # 39; got a storyline.
The chief physician is furious about the way images of the naked man taken during a medical examination have leaked onto the internet and then a & # 39; fake & # 39; got a storyline
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