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Ten Stone Baby...Teased With Chocolate (1935) | British Pathé

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Published on Aug 23, 2011

In this Pathé newsreel from the mid-thirties, Leslie Bowles is touted as the heaviest baby in the world. Despite the original title, 'Ten Stone Baby', the boy is actually 3-years-old with quite the appetite for chocolate.

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(FILM ID:1118.25)

Ten Stone Baby, a British Pathe newsreel from 1935.

Despite the newsreel's original title "Ten Stone Baby", the boy Leslie Bowles is actually 3-years-old. Seen with his parents in a kind of pen, Leslie is sat in an armchair. Somebody then dangles a bar of chocolate into the pen and he immediately sets to work at fetching it.

We also see Leslie playing with bricks.

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