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article imageBritain's fattest teen bought 20 kebabs a week at 2,000 cals each

By Katerina Nikolas     Jun 3, 2012 in Lifestyle
The secret eating binges of Britain's fattest teenager have been revealed. Ordering junk food online without her parents' knowledge, she had 20 kebabs a week delivered at a massive 2,000 calories each.
When Georgia Davis, 19, was hospitalized 10 days ago after becoming dangerously ill with morbid obesity related ailments, part of her parents' home had to be demolished to get her out. After it took a team of 50 firemen and medical experts to move her to a reinforced ambulance it was estimated the teen weighed in at 63 stone.
According to the Daily Mail doctors at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, have revealed Davis has lost three stone in 10 days and her actual weight now is 52 stone.
The weight piled on as Davis binged on junk food which she would order on her laptop and have delivered to her home. Walesonline reported local takeaway shop owner Albert Altin said Davis would order 20 kebabs a week from his shop, washed down with 1.5 Lt bottles of Coke.
The mother of Davis told the Sun how her daughter would deceive her parents who tried to ensure she ate healthily. She said unbeknown to them the teen was ordering food online and "she was meeting the delivery van and secretly carrying the food upstairs to her bedroom."
Davis will now remain in hospital for three months on a strict diet before being transferred to an obesity clinic.
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