Man who went viral for his bizarre dinners ends up in hospital with stomach problems


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Jason Jovanovic, 43, became an overnight sensation after sharing his bizarre culinary assortments on Instagram – but the singleton says he doesn’t understand the fuss

Jason has been sharing his dinners on his Instagram for the last four years

A man who went viral after sharing his bizarre dinners on Instagram has wound up in hospital with stomach problems.

Jason Jovanovic, 43, became an overnight sensation after posting his mishmash meals, including fish with bread and beans, ravioli with Yorkshire puddings and pork chops, or chilli con carne fish fingers and chips.

But the Bonkers Competitions customer assistant from Sheffield, South Yorks, is now facing surgery on his gall bladder after contracting an infection from food poisoning two months ago.

Jason claims he will be showing his Instagram to the doctors to see if his “processed and fatty foods” diet contributed to his ill health.

He told The Mirror: “I’m going to show the doctor my account so he can see my diet and ask him if the fatty foods have contributed to this.

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Jason has now had surgery on a blockage in his gall bladder following an infection
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Jason with one of his culinary delights
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“More than likely they have. I’ve lost nearly a stone in weight and I’m in a lot of pain.

“People on my Instagram have been really nice, lots of people have got in touch to ask me if I’m OK.”

Last month, Jason told the Mirror that he “didn’t understand the fuss” over his meals, which have earned him a following of 35,000 fans on Instagram.







The bizarre dishes have caught the attention of more than 30,000 fans
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Jason is now using his Instagram to establish whether his diet is causing his health issues
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The kitchen-shy singleton also admitted he’s “never been good” at cooking and prefers to knock something quick and convenient up after work.

He said: “I usually just make something out of whatever I’ve got in the cupboards and can pull together after work.”

But despite his stomach problems, Jason insists his Instagram account is not in jeopardy as he still won’t learn to cook.







He admits that many dishes are thrown together after work out of convenience
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Now Jason says he may have to overhaul his diet and start finding healthy dishes he can put in the microwave
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Instead he claimed: “I can’t see myself actually cooking anything or learning how to cook.

“I think I’ll just try and find something healthy that I can stick in the microwave.”

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