A man named “Popeye” who injects his biceps with three liters of ice oil has now been warned that he will face death unless his false biceps are removed.
A Russian man named “Popeye” has been warned that he faces death unless he has left chunks of hardened natural jelly from his bulging false biceps.
Former soldier Kirill Tereshin, 25, used injections to lie on a superman, but now pays the price that could include losing his arms, or worse, reports The Sun.
He has removed all his false triceps, but is now facing the first operation to get rid of dangerous giant implants from his biceps.
Surgeon Dmitry Melnikov warned him: “The risk of complications in this case is very high. But surgery will not help the patient.
“A toxic substance in the body can complicate the kidneys in the long run and lead to death.”
A video shows Tereshin – nicknamed Bazooka in his home country – undergoing a CT scan for surgery in Moscow.
His threatening operation will remove the hardened natural jelly he had injected into his left arm.
He is shown bare chest with a new tattoo on his bulging arm — by his hero Communist leader Gennady Zyuganov, 77.
“Soon I will have a very complicated, hard third operation,” he said.
“I do not know how it will end.”
He admits that he has to remove “self” from his self-inflicted “nightmare”.
He confessed: “I raised my arms when I was 20 because of my own stupidity. I did not think about the consequences.”
Tereshin was persuaded to “save his life” and remove the implants by famous Russian WAG Alana Mamaeva, 33, a campaigner for victims of botched plastic surgery, who was once married to Russian footballer Pavel Mamaev.
“I am very happy that there are doctors who are accepting me,” he said.
‘God forbid what happens to this nerve and I can not move my arm.
“I’m really worried about this. I’m really scared …. I should have thought this sooner, I know. I blame myself, I know I’m guilty.”
His disastrous cheap implants of natural gas jelly lead to “high fever, severe pain and weakness”.
Mamaeva said she “had to help” Tereshin remove his “horrible, horrible” implants.
Doctors warned that Tereshin risked losing the use of his arms after injecting himself with three liters of petroleum jelly to make cartoons, bulging muscles, and shared the footage with his 350,000 Instagram followers.
Tereshin, from the city of Pyatigorsk in the Russian region of Stavropol Krai, had delayed the corrective operation for almost a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“I’m only 24, and my immune system is so far with this inflammation, but I really do not know what will happen next,” he said.
“That’s why I started the operations to get rid of this nightmare.”
Tubes leaked a buildup of fluid from Tereshin’s arms after doctors removed masses of dead muscle poisoned by his bootleg bulking method.
But one commenter told him, “Put some money aside for bionic prosthesis? This will not end well.”
Another said, ‘You have made problems for yourself, Kirill, I’m sorry for you.
“You could have a quiet and healthy life, you are stupid.”
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission