Sharon Mevsimler (40), women weighing 286 pounds to become the fattest women in England, finally died after undergoing a seven-hour rescue operation.
Eater's fast food in and out of hospitals since 2003. Mother of four children was even getting care facilities during the 24 hours since 2005, including an exclusive treatment in the Priory Clinic which cost 5000 pounds or about USD 70.3 million during the three months.
Before she died, she never criticized her doctor. "I was left to die. If I was anorexic, I certainly will get the proper treatment, but no one had sympathy for fat people," her critique.
Mevsimler died at Broomfield Hospital, near her home in Chelmsford, Essex, because of heart and lung pressure, and oxygen masks could not help breathing.
At the age of 20 years, when the normal weight, she married Bülent who later backed away from his job as a cook for the sake of treating Mevsimler.
Bülent still circulating allegations that smuggled food is not healthy for his wife during her hospitalization. However, a Broomfield Hospital spokesman declined to comment about that, except for confirming that the case was still "ongoing".