Britain’s fattest man who once tipped the scales at 65 stones has died at 52

Britain’s fattest man who once tipped the scales at 65 stones has died at age 52 after suffering from breathing difficulties and infections in recent years.

Barry Austin, of Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, died yesterday, according to the official Birmingham City FC Twitter page, and his family paid tribute to a “wonderful” man.

Her partner’s heartbroken daughter, Dannie Louise, paid tribute to her on Facebook by posting, “Heartbroken is the only word I can say how I feel now. Rest in paradise for the great man in my life, my father Barry Grizzly Austin.

“I loved you like you were and that’s how we treated each other. You were the kind of father who was always there no matter what. We’ve had our ups and downs, but I can honestly say I’ve never loved you differently.

Barry Austin (pictured), of Chelmsley Wood, Birmingham, died yesterday, according to the official Birmingham City FC Twitter page, and his family paid tribute to a ‘wonderful’ man

Her partner's heartbroken daughter, Dannie Louise, paid tribute to her on Facebook, posting: 'Heartbroken is the only word I can say how I feel now.  Rest in paradise for the great man in my life, my father Barry Grizzly Austin.  In the photo, Mr. Austin

Her partner's heartbroken daughter, Dannie Louise, paid tribute to her on Facebook, posting: 'Broken heart is the only word I can say how I feel now.  Rest in paradise for the great man in my life, my father Barry Grizzly Austin.  In the photo, Mr. Austin

Her partner’s heartbroken daughter, Dannie Louise, paid tribute to her on Facebook by posting, “Heartbroken is the only word I can say how I feel now. Rest in paradise for the great man in my life, my father Barry Grizzly Austin. In the photo, Mr. Austin

Either way, it’s gonna be hard to face you. Seeing my mom as she is – horrible. The whole family is simply crumbled.

At one point, Mr. Austin consumed up to 29,000 calories and drank up to 12 liters of soft drink per day.

He gained notoriety for his excessive eating and was previously featured in a Sky One documentary “Inside Britain’s Fattest Man” presented by Richard Hammond.

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He also appeared in the ITV comedy drama “The Fattest Man in Britain” with Timothy Spall and Bobby Ball.

Barry, who drank up to 40 pints of beer and liquor bottles at a party and was known as “Fat Baz,” also had his own column in a boys’ magazine and was often seen on the news. from the BBC commenting on the news.

The former taxi driver reportedly threw 20 stones in April 2012 as he prepared to marry his then fiancée Debbie Kirby, 50, of Solihull, in the West Midlands.

At one point, Mr Austin (pictured) consumed up to 29,000 calories and drank up to 12 liters of soft drink a day

At one point, Mr Austin (pictured) consumed up to 29,000 calories and drank up to 12 liters of soft drink a day

At one point, Mr Austin (pictured) consumed up to 29,000 calories and drank up to 12 liters of soft drink a day

The Brummie, who even had his own bespoke chair on the Birmingham FC football ground in 1997, is now said to have passed away following tributes pouring in on social media.

The Brummie, who even had his own custom-built chair on the Birmingham FC football ground in 1997, is now said to have passed away following tributes pouring in on social media.

The Brummie, who even had his own bespoke chair on the Birmingham FC football ground in 1997, is now said to have passed away following tributes pouring in on social media.

After installing a gastric balloon, the blues fan believed his weight had dropped to 40 stones in 2012, losing his title as Britain’s Fattest Man.

But even with the drastic weight loss, Barry still suffered from severe leg issues and a growth that alone weighed two or three stones.

The Brummie, who even had his own bespoke chair on the Birmingham FC football ground in 1997, is now said to have passed away following tributes pouring in on social media.

Birmingham City FC said: “We are saddened to learn of the passing of longtime Bluenose Barry Austin.

He gained notoriety for his excessive eating and was previously featured in a Sky One documentary “Inside Britain’s Fattest Man” presented by Richard Hammond. In the photo, four years old and weighing seven stones

“His love for the Blues was unquestionable. May you rest in peace, Baz.

Barry was surpassed as Britain’s Fattest Man by Paul Mason who weighed over 70 stones. But Britain’s fattest man is now addicted to take-out food apps Jason Holton, 30, of Camberley, Surrey.

Jason, who weighs 50 stones, had to be hoisted out of his third-floor apartment by firefighters in October 2020 after being trapped inside for five years.

One City fan wrote: “RIP big Barry Austin, sad news for the start of the year. KRO my boy, fly high.

Wolves fan Twitter page The Wolfpack hailed him as “a wonderful man with a heart of gold.”

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