A morbidly obese man has voiced concerns regarding the nutritional value of his friend’s vegan diet.
Chester J. Lewis, a 26-stone resident of Gordonsville, Tennessee repeatedly asked a vegan friend about the protein content of his diet.
“Lentils? Give me a break. You need red meat to live,” reasoned Jones, from his steel-reinforced bed.
“Humans evolved to this state of perfection by eating meat. It’s perfectly natural for us to be this way.”
Lewis, whose BMI according to his live-in nurse is “almost literally off the charts”, stated that vegetables are “rabbit food” and he doesn’t know how vegans “keep their strength up”.
“Chester’s a great guy, always so concerned about my health,” said Tom Garrington, Lewis’s vegan friend.
“Sometimes I think he’s eating for both of us.”