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Surgeons cut pounds of petroleum jelly out of ‘Popeye’ bodybuilder’s biceps

He is who he is — until he isn’t.

A Russian bodybuilder dubbed “Popeye” for his disproportionately large biceps nearly died as a result of poisonous petroleum jelly injections in his arms.

Kirill Tereshin, 23, is recovering from surgery to remove synthol oil and “dead” muscle tissue from his arms. The substance in the bodybuilder’s enormous, 24-inch guns caused pain, fever and illness.

The social media personality with 442,000 followers on Instagram had a total of about 3 pounds removed at the behest of his doctors, who said his gargantuan limbs may eventually cause death or require amputation.

A Russian plastic surgery activist, 32-year-old Alana Mamaeva, helped raise the money for Tereshin’s surgery, according to East2West news.

Surgeon Dmitry Melnikov of Sechenov Moscow State Medical University, who performed Tereshin’s first operation, said he still had about 75 percent more of the Vaseline-like implant to extract, which should take at least three more surgeries.

Kirill Tereshin during surgery.

Petroleum jelly “saturates the muscles,” said the surgeon, so the lump taken from Tereshin’s arm was actually a mass of “scar tissue with fragments of muscles.” Melnikov estimated that Tereshin had injected over 100 ounces (about 3 liters) into each arm.

“It saturated the muscle tissues, blocked blood flow,” said Melnikov. “As a result, the tissue dies and gets replaced with a scar which is as tough as a tree.” The doctor added that synthol oil could have wreaked havoc all over, his “kidneys in particular,” but that the patient was “lucky” that the rest of his body was spared.

Dr Dmitry Melnikov holds a lump removed from Tereshin's left triceps

Melnikov said body modifications such as Tereshin’s are not uncommon. “We have seen petroleum jelly injected into breasts, buttocks and other parts of the female body,” he said. “We are warning that it is extremely dangerous.”

Last month, the wannabe Sailor Man fought and lost spectacularly in an MMA-style match with Russian blogger Oleg Mongol, who is two decades Tereshin’s senior, despite having trained with 18-year-old Tamaev Asxab, the so-called “Russian Hulk.”

This summer, the former Russian soldier revealed that he’d originally intended to use the risky substance on more than just his arms.

“In the beginning, I wanted to inject synthol oil into other parts of my body, but then the problems started and I stopped using it,” said Tereshin.

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Russian ‘Popeye’ might die if petroleum jelly isn’t removed from arms

A Russian MMA fighter dubbed “Popeye” because of his massive biceps has been warned that he might die if he doesn’t get the lumps of petroleum jelly removed soon.

Kirill Tereshin, 25, a former soldier who already had his fake triceps removed, still has his 24-inch guns after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed his additional surgery.

“The risk of complications in this case is very high, but inaction will not help the patient,” Dr. Dmitry Melnikov, a surgeon, told him, according to East2West News. “A toxic substance in the body long term can complicate the kidneys and lead to death.”

Kirill Tereshin
Kirill Tereshin

The fake muscle man – who has 310,000 followers on Instagram – is seen on video undergoing a CT scan in preparation for surgery in Russia.

“Soon I will have a very complicated, hard third surgery. I don’t know how it’ll end up,” he told the news outlet. “I bulked up my arms when I was 20 due to my own stupidity. I did not think about the consequences.”

Tereshin went under the knife in 2019, but his new girth didn’t matter much in the ring, as he lost to an opponent 20 years his senior — in just three minutes. Shortly thereafter, he started to complain about problems caused by the implants.

Kirill Tereshin was told the "toxic substance in the body" can lead to death.
Kirill Tereshin
Kirill Tereshin

Alana Mamaeva, 33, a leading campaigner against cosmetic surgery abuses, persuaded him to save his life by having the poisonous mounds removed.

“I am very lucky that there are doctors who took me on. God forbid something happens to this nerve and I cannot move my arm,” said Tereshin, who is from the city of Pyatigorsk in the region of Stavropol Krai.

 “I really worry about this. I am very afraid….I should have thought about this earlier, I know. I blame myself, I know I’m guilty,” he said.

“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. That is why I started the surgeries to get rid of this nightmare,” he added.

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‘Popeye’ bodybuilder has 3lbs of dead muscle removed after injecting his biceps

Surgeons warned him he could have died if he had not had the implants removed (Picture: Alana Mamaeva)

A former soldier who earned the nickname ‘Popeye’ after injecting his arms with jelly to create bulging biceps has had to undergo surgery to save his life.

Kirill Tereshin, 23, was warned he could die or need to have both his arms amputated because of the articifial biceps he had created.

Surgeons at First Moscow State Medical University in the Russian capital said they had removed 3lb of dead muscle and three litres of petroleum jelly that had formed into a solid lump.

And lead surgeon Dmitry Melnikov said his team was only a quarter of the way through the huge operation.

It will take at least three more surgeries for all of the Vaseline-like jelly to be removed from Kirill’s arms, Dr Melnikov said.

The bodybuilder – who found global fame for his fake bulging biceps – was persuaded to undergo urgent treatment by Alana Mamaeva, 32, a leading campaigner for victims of botched plastic surgery.

She released a video showing Kirill after his first operation frantically asking the surgeon: ‘How many muscles have I lost?’

Kirill Tereshin some days before the surgery
Kirill Tereshin before (left) and after (right) the surgery

The surgeon said: ‘The problem is that this is the petroleum jelly. You injected this so thoroughly, that it spread in the muscle and killed it.

‘It was dead anyway.’

He added: ‘We have done 25% of the repairs.’

Kirill has been told he will have arm movement but the muscles in his arms will be diminished.

Alana, who helped raise funds for his surgery, said: ‘We are going to try and help this young man.’

Former army conscript Kirill told her before the operation: ‘I am ready, I am even not afraid.’

Dr Melnikov told his patient: ‘Petroleum jelly saturates the muscles, under skin tissues and the skin itself.

‘All that has to be removed, but we need to keep the vein, nerves and other functions of the limb.’

Dr Dmitry Melnikov hold a lump removed from Tereshin's left triceps
Kirill Tereshin and Olesya Malibu

He added: ‘Petroleum jelly is not designed for injection, only external application. Kirill injected about three litres into each arm.

‘It saturated the muscle tissues, blocked blood flow and as a result the tissue dies and gets replaced with a scar which is as tough as a tree.’

He said the implants were causing him ‘high fever, strong pain, and weakness’.

Kirill was ‘lucky’ that the damage had remained only in his limbs and not spread to the rest of his body, the surgeon said.

Dr Melnikov added: ‘Petroleum jelly affects the whole body, kidneys in particular.

Kirill Tereshin and Olesya Malibu

‘I think Kirill did not fully realise the consequences of what he had been doing.’

In Russia, plastic surgery involving injecting petroleum jelly under the surface of the skin has been on the rise, especially with people seeking ‘fillers’.

The surgeon said he had seen patients previously who had the dangerous substance injected into their breasts, buttocks and faces.

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Russian 'Popeye' Faces More Surgery To Remove Implants After Injecting Arms With Petroleum Jelly

What would you give to have bulging biceps? Well, if you happen to be Kirill Tereshin, you would do anything to get those killer biceps. But it hasn't gone well for the Russian. 

Also known as 'Popeye' for the simple fact that he's got abnormally-large biceps, the MMA fighter Tereshin is lamenting his “stupidity” for injecting petroleum jelly into his arms – to get the giant balloon frame. 

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Tereshin, recently 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. He went under the knife earlier in 2019, but it didn't have the desired effect. 

“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,” Kirill told East2West News

Also read: Kirill Tereshin, The ‘Russian Popeye’ Faces The Risk Of Having His Chemical-Filled Arms Amputated

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Shortly thereafter, he started to complain about problems caused by the implants.

“That is why I started the surgeries to get rid of this nightmare. I bulked up my arms when I was 20 due to my own stupidity. I did not think about the consequences,” he added. 

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Tubes drained a build-up of fluid from Tereshin's arms after doctors removed masses of dead muscle that has been poisoned by his bulking method.

He will face further operations to extract the substance and the dead muscle that formed during his quest to achieve beach-ball-like biceps.

He told the local news outlet that he was "very lucky" that there were doctors willing to treat him, after surgeon Dmitry Melnikov told Tereshin he could die if his arms were not operated on.

"The hardest surgery will be on my biceps... the nerve responsible for the arms' sensitivity is inside. God forbid something happens to this nerve and I cannot move my arm," he added. 

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Kirill Tereshin will have to undergo surgery to have substances removed from his arms.

Kirill Tereshin, an MMA fighter from Russia, has been better known as the ‘Russian Popeye’ because of his freakishly large biceps. This work has not been done naturally and Tereshin could risk death if the large amounts of jelly in his arms are not removed.

Tereshin has been stuffing his arms with oils and petroleum jelly to get the mass that he has shown. The substances are meant to harden inside the skin and stretch into great size. This is not the first time that Tereshin has had problems with his arms.

In March, Tereshin underwent a surgery to have some of the oils removed from his arms. It might seem like a silly choice to begin with but Tereshin was focused on adding size and did not think about the long-term effects.

Kirill Tereshin was a featured subject in “BIGOREXIA”. The film was a documentary exploring the psychological condition known as Muscle Dysmorphia – or Bigorexia. It’s a condition where no matter how large a person becomes (whether it’s fat, muscle, etc), they believe they are too small. So they go to extreme lengths to keep adding on weight.

Tereshin was featured for his use of synthol to artificially expand his muscle. This is an oil that hardens inside the body and can create cartoonish looking muscles — like the biceps of Tereshin. He was filmed in Russia and interviewed about his lifestyle and mindset using synthol.

Alana Mamaeva, who is a leading campaigner against cosmetic surgery abuses, advised Tereshin to have the large amounts of jelly removed from his arms in an attempt to save his life. These have become poisonous and could do more damage than just impact his arms.

Kirill Tereshin will have to go through many procedures in order to save both his life and his arms. This can be used as a lesson for young bodybuilders in the beginning stages.

We will continue to provide updates as this story goes on. For more news and updates, follow Generation Iron on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Russian ‘Popeye’ who injected triceps with OIL has life-saving surgery to remove ‘rotting’ fake muscles

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.

Kirill Tereshin, 24, has undergone the life-saving surgery after injecting himself with Synthol oil

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The former soldier became an internet sensation after sharing pictures of his cartoonish arms

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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 further operations to extract the substance and the dead muscle that formed during his quest to achieve beach-ball-like biceps.

He said he was "very lucky" that there were doctors willing to treat him, after surgeon Dmitry Melnikov told Tereshin he could die if his arms were not operated on.

"The hardest surgery will be on my biceps... the nerve responsible for the arms' sensitivity is inside.

"God forbid something happens to this nerve and I cannot move my arm.

Tereshin said he blames himself for his medical woes and said he was lucky to find doctors who would treat him

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Synthol oil takes hold of muscle tissue and hardens them, leaving muscles larger, but damaged and weaker

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Tereshin gained the nickname 'Popeye', the American cartoon sailor, after he began his bulking quest

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"I really worry about this. I am very afraid. I should have thought about this earlier, I know. I blame myself, I know I'm guilty."

Melnikov, from Sechenov Moscow State Medical University, said, "Kirill injected about three litres into each arm. It saturated the muscle tissues, blocked blood flow.

""All that has to be removed, but we need to keep the vein, nerves and other functions of the limb."

The former soldier gained his nickname, Popeye, after he went down a dangerous DIY route to bulk-up his triceps and biceps.

Synthol injections expand muscle tissue and are popular amongst bodybuilders due to its almost immediate results.

As well as the dangers involved with injecting, the substance can cause irreversible muscle damage and potentially life-threatening complications.

Despite the clear risks, the substance is widely available online and relatively easy to purchase.

The Russian will undergo further operations later this year to help clear his clogged-up arms

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He has been left with 'two cuts' after the op, and said 'one scar has healed, this one has remained'

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Synthol takes hold of muscle tissue and hardens them - leaving muscles larger, but damaged and weaker.

Tereshin previously omitted he had began trying the oil after he was called up for military service. "In the army, I was worried that I would have a hard time and lose weight so I decided to try Synthol oil," he said.

"In the beginning, I wanted to inject synthol oil into other parts of my body, but then the problems started and I stopped using it."

The synthol injections reportedly caused tissue fibrosis followed by necrosis, seriously affecting his health, and doctors told him he was at risk of amputation.

He previously underwent surgery in November 2019 to remove his ludicrous implants, which "did 25 per cent of the repairs" after he injected his arms with petroleum jelly.

Fortunately for the young Russian, he was able to have much of his rotting muscle and tissue removed in a series of ongoing ops.

"Guys, this is what my arm looks like. Two cuts, one scar has healed, this one has remained. I'm undergoing treatment, everything will be fine soon," he said optimistically after his surgery.

He was persuaded to undergo urgent treatment by Alana Mamaeva, 32, a leading campaigner for victims of botched plastic surgery.

After his first round of surgery in 2019, Popeye explained he was already feeling much better after initially using the use of his arms.

The 24-year-old now hopes his latest treatment will halt any further health issues before he is back on the surgeons table later this year.

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Doctors warned he could face having both his arms amputated after he embarked on the bonkers bulking method

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An ex-Russian soldier nicknamed 'Popeye' has been warned he faces death unless he has lumps of hardened petroleum jelly and dead muscle surgically removed from his artificially huge biceps. 

Kirill Tereshin, 25, used injections to show himself as a superman but is now paying the price which may include losing the use of his arms, or worse.

He has already had his fake triceps removed in a prior operation but now faces the first of multiple surgeries to get rid of dangerous giant implants from his biceps.

The six litres of petroleum jelly, named synthol, that has been injected into his body has saturated his muscles and penetrated the skin tissues and skin itself - meaning it blocked the blood flow and left Tereshin with a fever and pain. 

Surgeon Dmitry Melnikov warned the ex-soldier bluntly: 'The risk of complications in this case is very high. But inaction will not help the patient.

'A toxic substance in the body long term can complicate the kidneys and lead to death.'

Kirill Tereshin, 25, (above) injected himself with synthol to make himself appear like Superman but is now paying the price which may include losing the use of his arms, or worse

Kirill Tereshin, 25, (above) injected himself with synthol to make himself appear like Superman but is now paying the price which may include losing the use of his arms, or worse 

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Holding the lump taken from one of his patient's arm, Dr Melnikov said: 'Here it is, scar tissue with fragments of muscles'

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Holding the lump taken from one of his patient's arm, Dr Melnikov said: 'Here it is, scar tissue with fragments of muscles'

Former army conscript Tereshin injected three litres of synthol into each of his arms 

After his life-saving surgery, Mr Tereshin retain movement in his arms but his fake bulked up muscles will be gone forever. 

A video shows Tereshin - nicknamed Bazooka in his homeland - undergoing a CT scan ahead of his latest operation in Moscow.

The procedure is set to remove the hardened petroleum jelly he had injected into his left arm.

In the clip, Tereshin is shown bare-chested with a new tattoo on his bulging arm of his hero Communist leader Gennady Zyuganov, 77.

'Soon I will have a very complicated, hard third surgery,' he said. 

'I don't know how it'll end up.'

Tereshin also admits he has to 'get rid' of his self-inflicted 'nightmare'.

He confessed: 'I bulked up my arms when I was 20 due to my own stupidity. I did not think about the consequences.'

Tereshin was persuaded to 'save his life' and remove the implants by famous Russian WAG Alana Mamaeva, 33, a campaigner for victims of botched plastic surgery, who was formerly married to Russian football star Pavel Mamaev.

'I am very lucky that there are doctors who took me on,' he said.

'God forbid something happens to this nerve and I cannot move my arm.

'I really worry about this.

Holding the lump taken from one of his patient's arm, Dr Melnikov said: 'Here it is, scar tissue with fragments of muscles'

Holding the lump taken from one of his patient's arm, Dr Melnikov said: 'Here it is, scar tissue with fragments of muscles'

Mr Tereshin was persuaded to undergo urgent treatment by Alana Mamaeva, 33, a leading campaigner for victims of botched plastic surgery. Pictured: Mr Tereshin in surgery in 2019

Mr Tereshin was persuaded to undergo urgent treatment by Alana Mamaeva, 33, a leading campaigner for victims of botched plastic surgery. Pictured: Mr Tereshin in surgery in 2019

'I am very afraid. I should have thought about this earlier, I know. I blame myself, I know I'm guilty.'

His disastrous cheap petroleum jelly implants led to 'high fever, strong pain, and weakness'. 

Tereshin was told he was 'lucky' that the damage had remained only in his limbs and not spread to the rest of his body.

'Petroleum jelly affects the whole body, kidneys in particular,' his surgeon Dr Dmitry Melnikov said.

'Kirill injected about three litres into each arm. 

'Petroleum jelly saturates the muscles, under skin tissues and the skin itself.

'All that has to be removed, but we need to keep the vein, nerves and other functions of the limb.'

'The jelly is not designed for injection, only external application.' 

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