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70-STONE man known as ‘Pakistan’s Hulk’ says he is looking for love

70-STONE man known as ‘Pakistan’s Hulk’ says he is looking for love but refuses to date any woman who weighs less than 16 stone in case he CRUSHES them

  • Arbab Khizer Hayat, 27, claims to have rejected up to 300 would-be brides 
  • The giant of a man, who towers at 6ft 6in, guzzles 10,000 calories every day 
  • Despite his mammoth diet, the weightlifter from Mardan, Pakistan, is healthy 

A colossal 70-stone weightlifter known as the Pakistani Hulk is looking for a wife but will not consider any women under 16 stone for fear of crushing them.

Arbab Khizer Hayat, 27, claims to have rejected up to 300 would-be brides because they were too small and has now ramped up the search for his perfect ‘heavyweight’ match.

The giant of a man, who towers at 6ft 6in, also said his ideal partner needs to be a great cook to cater for his 10,000 calorie-a-day diet, which includes guzzling up 36 eggs for breakfast. 

Hayat, from Mardan, Pakistan, said: ‘I want to meet a woman who weighs at least 220lb, and she has to be above 6ft4in tall, so we look right together.’

But while he is adamant the couple have to look the part, the strongman believes his wife needs to have a bulky frame to avoid being squashed. 

Arbab Khizer Hayat, 27, is a 70-stone weightlifter known as the Pakistani Hulk. He is looking for a wife but will not consider any women under 16 stone for fear of crushing them

Arbab Khizer Hayat, 27, claims to have rejected up to 300 would-be brides because they were too small and has now ramped up the search for his perfect 'heavyweight' match

Arbab Khizer Hayat, 27, claims to have rejected up to 300 would-be brides because they were too small and has now ramped up the search for his perfect ‘heavyweight’ match

The giant of a man, who towers at 6ft 6in, also said his ideal partner needs to be a great cook to cater for his 10,000 calorie-a-day diet, which includes guzzling up 36 eggs for breakfast

Arbab Khizer Hayat

The giant of a man, who towers at 6ft 6in, also said his ideal partner needs to be a great cook to cater for his 10,000 calorie-a-day diet, which includes guzzling up 36 eggs for breakfast

Hayat said: ‘I need a heavyweight wife so I do not hurt her. All the women who have wanted to marry me so far have been too skinny.

‘My parents want me to get married. They want to have grand kids but I haven’t found the right match for myself.

‘In the last seven years, I have been desperately looking for love, and have seen 200-300 girls, but they were all an average weight.

‘I am 6’6 feet tall and weigh almost a tonne so it is not possible to look a normal couple with an average woman. It’s very important to me that we look right.’

Despite gorging mammoth amounts of food each day – 3kg of meat and constant bowls of rice and break, washed down with five litres of milk – Hayat insists he has no health problems.  

The weightlifter is a mammoth of a man, especially when contrasted with average sized men

The weightlifter is a mammoth of a man, especially when contrasted with average sized men

He has been recognised as the world's strongest man across Pakistan and can lift an extraordinary amount of weight (pictured bench pressing a motorbike)

He has been recognised as the world’s strongest man across Pakistan and can lift an extraordinary amount of weight (pictured bench pressing a motorbike)

Despite gorging mammoth amounts of food each day - 3kg of meat and constant bowls of rice and break, washed down with five litres of milk - Hayat insists he has no health problems.

Despite gorging mammoth amounts of food each day – 3kg of meat and constant bowls of rice and break, washed down with five litres of milk – Hayat insists he has no health problems.

He added: ‘I don’t have any medical conditions. I am absolutely fit and comfortable with my weight. 

‘But I have to keep exercising and eating to become a world champion strong man.

‘I started gaining weight in my teens but I realised that I wanted to get into weightlifting and strongman championships. So I continued to put on weight.’ 

In his neighbourhood though, Hayat is already a star. He has been recognised as the world’s strongest man across Pakistan.

He became famous after videos of him pulling a tractor by a rope as the machine tries to reverse away from him, went viral.

Hundreds of locals turn up at Hayat’s home every day so that they can take selfies with the gentle giant.

‘I get a lot of love and admiration from the people here. But I don’t want to stop here. I want to become a world star,’ he says. 

Hundreds of locals turn up at Hayat's home every day so that they can take selfies with the gentle giant (pictured with the weightlifting belt)

Hayat

Hundreds of locals turn up at Hayat’s home every day so that they can take selfies with the gentle giant (pictured with the weightlifting belt)

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