7. If you don't want to diet you can get rid of some fat through a procedure called liposuction. It is called this because a set of lips is surgically applied to the fat which is then sucked up by the lips. Obvious, really. There is the potential for serious complications from liposuction. The result may not look that good, but as a secondary issue, death is a possible complication. Depending on the research, deaths associated with liposuction occur in between 3 and 100 out of every 100,000 procedures. Which is a pretty good rate, I think you'll agree. Having said that, the death rate from surgical complications for adults aged between 45 and 64 in the US in 2009 was about 10 in 100000. I have no idea where my liposuction figures come from, probably not reliable. Unlike liposuction.
6. After liposuction, here are some things that can happen to the fat: it gets thrown away, it gets used for breast and lip augmentation surgery, it gets used for stem cell research, it gets converted into a biofuel. Mainly it just gets flushed down the toilet (obviously this is not true, at least not true in the UK. Well, probably not true in the UK)
5. Britains biggest ever fatberg was...well now, this is difficult because the people who deal with these colossal sewer obstructing monsters don't seem to have come up with a standardised form of measurement. Various fatbergs removed from the sewers of old London Town have been described as being 80 metres long, weighing 15 tonnes, or being the size of a double decker bus. That's three different fatbergs, obviously. I'm guessing 80 metres beats double decker bus, but it could have been a very thin 80 metre fatberg. Cardiff, trying to show the UK capital that, yes, it could do fatbergs too, achieved a massive, massive I tells you, 3 foot fatberg. What was that, Cardiff? 3 feet? Go away. In Melbourne, Brendan 'the drain man' Dover said he had seen fatbergs the size of four footballs. Brendan, I think you can go home. London has got a fatberg the size of a Boeing 747,