A Russian ‘Popeye’ has been told he risks “death” unless lumps of solidified petroleum jelly and dead muscle in his biceps are surgically removed. Kirill Tereshin, 25, utilized injections to make himself seem like a superhero, but now he’s suffering the price, which may include losing his limbs or worse. He’s previously had his artificial triceps removed, but now he’ll have to undergo surgery to remove huge hazardous implants from his biceps for the first time. “The danger of problems in this instance is quite great,” surgeon Dmitry Melnikov informed him. Inaction, on the other hand, will not benefit the sufferer. “A poisonous chemical in the body for an extended period can wreak havoc on the kidneys and ultimately to death.”
Tereshin, known as Bazooka in his birthplace, is shown in a CT scan video before surgery in Moscow. The solidified petroleum jelly he had put into his left arm will be removed during his upcoming procedure. And also, he is shown bare-chested, with a new tattoo of his hero Communist leader Gennady Zyuganov, 77, on his bulging arm.
“I’ll have a very complicated, difficult third surgery soon,” he said.
“I don’t know how it’ll finish up.”
Russian Popeye acknowledges he has to “get rid” of his self-inflicted “nightmare.”
“I bulked up my arms when I was 20 owing to my stupidity,” he said.
“I didn’t consider the ramifications.”
Famous Russian WAG Alana Mamaeva, 33, a champion for victims of botched cosmetic surgery who was formerly married to Russian football player Pavel Mamaev, convinced Tereshin to “save his life” and remove the implants.
“I am fortunate that there are doctors who are willing to help me,” he added.
“Please, God, don’t let this nerve die and leave me unable to move my arm.
“I’m quite concerned about this.
“I am terrified…
“And I know. I should have thought about it sooner.
“I’m the one to blame; I know I’m to a fault.”
“And, high temperature, severe discomfort, and weakness” resulted from his catastrophic cheap petroleum jelly implants. And also, Mamaeva stated that she felt compelled to assist Tereshin in removing his “awful, horrific” mutilations. “Set some money away for a bionic prosthesis?” one commentator suggested. This isn’t going to end well.”
“You made your problems, Kirill, and I’m sorry for that,” one person stated.
“You’re dumb, and you could have a peaceful and healthy life.”
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