THE stepdad of 63st girl Georgia Davis told last night how she screamed from her bed: “Mum, I can’t stand up.”
Her terrified shout sparked the massive operation to smash into her house in South Wales and get her to hospital.
Arthur Treloar, 73, sobbed: “It breaks my heart. She was in so much pain.
“It’s all MY fault.”
Former coal worker Arthur believes Georgia, 19, quit fat camp in America where she had lost 14 stone because he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
She piled on tons of weight — until last week painful bleeding sores all over her 63-stone body prevented her from standing and led to the massive operation to get her to hospital.
Arthur, of Aberdare, South Wales, wept: “It breaks my heart to think of what poor Georgia has been through.
“She has been gaining weight steadily ever since she returned from fat camp in America. But over the last two or three weeks she was finding it harder and harder to stay mobile.
“Most days she would stay in her bedroom watching American Idol on telly or messaging friends on the computer.
“However, she would manage to come downstairs to eat or chat to us by sliding on her bum.
“But on Monday she called for her mum and confessed that she could no longer stand up.
“Georgia had been in terrible pain for a long time but as usual she was trying to protect me and her mum so she kept it from us.
“But when she couldn’t get downstairs she had to finally confess.
“She tried so hard to come down on her bum as usual but couldn’t make it because of the pain of the sores and the swelling in her feet.”
Arthur also revealed that Georgia, dubbed Britain’s fattest teenager, had no longer been able to find clothes big enough to fit and was reduced to covering her modesty with a BEDSHEET.
Worried Arthur and Georgia’s mum Lesley, 57, immediately called a doctor who decided the teenager needed to be in hospital.
It took an army of 50 firemen, engineers and medics to demolish part of the house and hoist Georgia into a special stretcher and reinforced ambulance with a crane.
Not sure why the tax-payer has to pay for moving Georgia to hospital and her lengthy recovery which will be billed to the NHS?