The most FANTASTIC man in Australia makes a last effort to save his life

At its heaviest point, Andre Nasr weighed 468 kilograms and was

A man with morbid obesity underwent surgery that saved his life a few years after firefighters had to tear down his wall to take him to the hospital.

At its heaviest point, Andre Nasr weighed 468 kilograms and was "waiting to die".

The 39-year-old man from Sydney says he has been battling a food addiction since he was a child, but is ready to change his life.

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At its heaviest point, Andre Nasr weighed 468 kilograms and was "waiting to die".

"If someone got married, the first thing we would talk about would be about what food we were going to eat," he told the Project.

At age five, Andre weighed 50 kilograms and was "last elected to the team."

But now, one's father said he was ready to risk everything in the first world operation to save his life.

With a one in ten chance of not leaving the operation alive and happy to take the risk of leading a decent life.

"I would have been happy with 50/50," he said.

According to Dr. Craig Taylor, if he continues to live with this weight "his chance of surviving in the next ten years is only around 30 percent."

Before the operation, Andre was bedridden and had not left his home for more than a year.

Four weeks after the operation in the stomach, your appetite is "non-existent", but to reach the ideal weight of 118 kilograms you should eat healthy and start exercising.

The family home was modified according to Andre's large frame and fits into his wheelchair.

Four weeks after the operation in the stomach, your appetite is "non-existent", but to reach the ideal weight of 118 kilograms you should eat healthy and start exercising.

"I've never thought about food or I've never been hungry or even experienced the feeling of fullness, when I do now," Andre said weeks after the operation.

Andre said he expects to live like a normal person & # 39; after losing the weight.

"I want to go to school with my son, I want to go to the stores with my son, to family outings, I want to be the father my son deserves," he said.

The family home was modified according to Andre's large frame and fits into his wheelchair

The family home was modified according to Andre's large frame and fits into his wheelchair

The family home was modified according to Andre's large frame and fits into his wheelchair

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