After reaching the astonishing weight of 70 stone a few years ago, 51-year-old Paul Mason was labelled the fattest man in the world.
At the time he was bed-bound, completely reliant on his NHS carers, and deeply unhappy.
After being told by his doctors that he'd be dead within two years if he didn't lose weight, Paul had gastric bypass surgery that reduced his stomach to the size of an egg.
But despite losing an impressive 46 stone to date, Paul still feels like a prisoner in his own body as he lives with swathes of debilitating loose skin on his arms, legs and stomach, which weighs more than eight stone!
Paul joins us to discuss his slimming success and his upset at having to wait two years for the skin removal surgery that could free him once and for all.