Do you know there are two Brazilian brothers who think they look really hot with their fake 28-inch biceps they inject with chemicals which is normally used to treat cows & horses?
Yes, you heard it right, they both have injected dangerous chemicals to make their biceps look HUGE. The Hulk brothers risk their death by injecting dangerous supplement. What is more horrifying is even doctors have asked them to stop using these chemicals because the chemical is highly addictive, causes depression and damages the liver and kidneys.
When did the obsession start?
Tony “Hulk” Geraldo, 49, and Alvaro “Conan” Pereira, 50, first became obsessed with their fitness in their teenage years. They worried that they were “too skinny” and developed an addiction to bulking. The older sibling was just 15 when he began injecting Potenay B12 into his body – and his brother soon followed suit
Tony’s Wife Doesn’t Like The Body
The brothers get plenty of female attention, Tony said: “My wife doesn’t like it. But I am happy with myself. My wife has to accept me like I am, or we will have to go on separate ways. “I usually tell my wife that she’s the only one who doesn’t like me. Other women love my size, they love it. “Once we were walking in front of my gym and I told her, ‘look, if you don’t want me there are several other girls who do’.”
These Brazilian brothers Tony ‘Hulk’ Geraldo, 49, and Alvaro ‘Conan’ Pereira, 50, are so obsessed with having big muscles they pump themselves full of supplement Potenay B12, which is used to treat cows and horses.
The chemical can cause liver- kidney damage and even death
The brothers idolise Arnold Schwarzenegger and they weigh 241kg in total. They also eat 12,000 calories a day combined to keep themselves buff. But they seem to have heeded the advice and plan to stop using Potenay B12, which could potentially cause liver and kidney damage and death.
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