A RUSSIAN bodybuilder dubbed ‘Popeye’ has undergone life-saving surgery to remove rotting flesh from his arms after he injected them with oil. Kirill Tereshin, 24, faced his second round of surgery to clear his clogged-up triceps, removing the dead muscle and draining his arms of excess fluid caused by the substance. Doctors warned Tereshin he risked losing the use of his arms after he injected himself with Synthol oil to create cartoonish, bulging muscles, and shared the footage with his 350,000 Instagram followers. The former soldier admitted his health woes were “due to my own stupidity” after he started bulking up his arms at age 20. Tereshin, from the city of Pyatigorsk in the Russian region of Stavropol Krai, had the corrective surgery delayed by nearly a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. “I’m only 24, and my immune system is so far coping with this inflammation, but I really do not know what will happen next,” he said. “That is why I started the surgeries to get rid of this nightmare.” Tubes drained a build-up of fluid from Tereshin’s arms after doctors removed masses of dead muscle that has been poisoned by his bootleg bulking method. He will face… Read full this story
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