Skip to comments.528-pound mom dies 5 months after birth
Posted on 08/03/2010 12:45:52 PM PDT by Justaham
A 25-year-old Romanian woman weighing 528 pounds who gave birth to a baby girl more than 5 months ago, has died.
Relatives of Victoria Lacatus say she died of a heart attack Sunday after developing a high fever and breathing problems.
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A quick question: Who was so desperate enough for some action that they’d turn to a 500 LB woman?
My sympathies to the family, BTW.
Maybe it was in vitro?
Damn those rice cakes.
A related article on the website mentions she was having thyroid problems but considering it’s Romania hence nationalized health care, she clearly didn’t receive the appropriate medical care to avoid such weight gain.
How did she gain 500 lbs. and have a baby in five months? Poorly phrased headline.
Link at the link says she was only 5’3” and her boyfriend, the baby’s father, is 154 lb.
Maybe they will find the boyfriend in her folds.
Yeah, I must admit I had the same thought.
Give him credit for persistence, if not for taste.
Her boyfriend should really be asked two questions-—WHY and HOW!! I mean, there couldn’t BE that much alcohol in Romania!!!!
I refuse to even imagine some things!
FR had a story a couple years back about a NJ woman like this. Sells videos of herself eating to men with fat fetishes. Needed about 20 people in the delivery room - probably had to have three on each thigh and two on the pannus.
Very ad. I hope the baby has some great relatives to adopt him/her.
It’s like the Diceman said, fat chicks are easy to pick up, the only pickup line you need is, “I’ve got Fudge!!!! Hershey’s Chocolate Kisses, We’re talkin’ Haagen Dazs here, what do you say?”
Yeah, but there’s got to be a cutoff. 175 and G sized boobs=BBW. This woman’s way beyond BBW. Unless BBW stands for Bisonesque Body Weight.
Yeah true. There isn’t enough flour at the grocer for her.
Someone who uses Google Earth to locate prospective mates, I would imagine.
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