Egyptian Popeye, Moustafa Ismail, might be a fake

A. Isaac Senior Editor

Sadly, the 31 inch biceps of Egyptian weightlifter Moustafa Ismail may not be real. That is, if you believe the folks at Guiness who have removed all mention of Ismail from their record books. The Egyptian Popeye underwent strenuous tests to prove he’s all natural, including x-rays, ultrasounds and blood samples. But that didn’t hold up to the baseless charges of implants and synthetic substances injected into his arm.

Seems people can’t handle Egyptians being great at everything they do. Pyramid making, mummification, hieroglyphics, weightlifting, rioting…

VIVE LA EGYPT!

The post above does not reflect the opinions of the Guyism staff. It does however reflect the opinion of its greatest Egyptian contributor, Isaac, who may or may not have 26 inch pythons himself.

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