‘Diaper-wearing’ Putin has ‘breakdown’ after changing to ‘stronger cancer medicine’

Several sources in Russia are now claiming that the 70-year-old man has been put on stronger medication for his supposed cancer, realizing that his battle with the disease is more serious than initially thought.

The speculations are being debated by Russia’s privately owned media channels.

This is rumoured to have been a Putin body double in Ukraine (Image: RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL PRESS OFFIC)

According to the General SVR Telegram channel, which purports to be operated by a Kremlin insider, Putin “likely experienced a nervous breakdown” on Tuesday (April 18).

A communication indicated: “At approximately 21.40, Moscow time, the security staff assigned to protect the president detected unfamiliar sounds emanating from the room where the president was situated.”

“Putin did not answer a knock on the door, attempts to determine what was happening in other ways did not bring results.”.

The doctors were summoned before the guards entered the room.

It has long been rumoured that the Russian despot is ill with cancer, Parkinson’s disease or both (Image: Getty Images)

“Putin seated himself on the ground near the couch and cried uncontrollably,” as stated by the Telegram channel.

He had a black sock on his right leg and was only wearing a damp white T-shirt, indicating his attempt to remove it.

“Beside him was a ripped nappy, which Putin has been utilizing constantly recently.

“Despite numerous pleas directed towards him, the president displayed minimal response, persistently weeping.”

The incapacitating “adverse reactions” prompted doctors to discontinue the medication he was taking, and it is alleged that he experienced improvement following the administration of an “antipsychotic medication”.

According to the General SVR Telegram channel, Putin now wears diapers (Image: Getty Images)

Following the ineffectiveness of the initial two medications, Putin was prescribed a different course of treatment, as confirmed by Valery Solovey, a former faculty member at Moscow’s esteemed Institute of International Relations.

“He stated during an interview with the Russian YouTube channel Ischem vykhod that it is unattainable to become a figure of public prominence. He further elaborated that advancements in contemporary medical practices enable individuals to extend their lifespan by existing as a zombie for an extended duration.”

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Solovey noted this wasn’t the case during Putin’s visit to Ukraine, making it obvious to him that a body double was used.

He also stated that Yevgeny Prizoghin, the leader of Wagner Group, declined to participate for that exact motive.

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