Syria's '\'human pyramid'\' dies at 30
The people of ad-Derbasyieh city in Hasaka on Thursday made a farwell to Ziad Dadoush, dubbed as the "human pyramid," who died with heart attack. He was 30.
According to SANA, Dadoush was about 350 kg. However, with the assistance of Dr. Jihad Zakor al-Humsi, who treated him in the past year, he had managed to loose weight to 250 kg.
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