Meet Sayyed Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah, the strongest man in Egypt. He generates 260 horsepower -- equivalent to the strength of 30,000 men -- and has a medical exemption from working for fear of harming someone else in the workplace.
He's also never slept a day in his life, as we learn at the 3:40 mark.
This news report, which aired on Al-Mihwar TV in 2007, tells his story.
This is the "Incredible Hulk" or the Samson of our times. He got married 28 times and has fathered 35 sons and daughters. The eldest, Sameh, is 24 years old, while the youngest, Sayyed, is only three. Medical tests have proven that his strength equals 260 horsepower. He can bend a metal coin with his eye socket or his tongue. Then he breaks it in two with his bare hands. Sayyed Muhammad Ahmad Abdallah is a gifted man.
Allah has bestowed upon him great strength, but he uses it only to do good. This is a man on whom Allah has bestowed the strength of 30,000 men, or 260 horsepower. Allah has also blessed him with a faithful and humble heart, as well as good values and self-restraint.
Watch the interview and tell us what you think: the real deal or a hoax?