Guy travels across Europe and spends thousands to have six pack surgery

25 December 2015 / 10 months 1 week ago

A man from Leeds, England travelled 2,000 miles to Istanbul, Turkey to have fat sucked from his stomach before going for a procedure known as abdominal etching.

According to Unilad, the surgery reportedly gives those who undergo it a permanent six pack.

Lee Coupland, 31 believes that more people will consider it and it will become "as common as boob jobs and nose jobs for women".

His procedure began by having the fat he had melted down by ultrasound and strategically drained to show off his muscles.

The second part of the procedure is "laser lipo" which is where the doctor creates a thick scar line in the groove where the abdominal muscles are.

Following the procedure, Lee had to wear a corset as his body recovered from the surgery.

Seven weeks later, he is still waiting for the sensation in his chest to come back fully.

It is worth noting that you have to be in good shape to have a surgery like this as men with more than two centimeters of fat are normally too big for the operation.

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