Football: “excruciating stomach pain” Pierre Ménès, former Canal + journalist, undergoes emergency surgery

Football: “excruciating stomach pain” Pierre Ménès, former Canal + journalist, undergoes emergency surgery
Football: “excruciating stomach pain” Pierre Ménès, former Canal + journalist, undergoes emergency surgery

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Pierre Ménès, former journalist and polemicist for Canal +, was urgently admitted to hospital for severe stomach pain. He revealed on his social networks that he had undergone surgery for a “stomach incision”.

“I haven’t seen a minute of the match (Dortmund-PSG) and unfortunately I think it will be the same for OM (against Atalanta Bergamo in the Europa League)” declared Pierre Ménès this Thursday April 2. The former headliner of the “Canal Football club” was urgently hospitalized and operated on for a “stomach incision”. The journalist gave his news on his social networks.

Multiple health problems

On Instagram, Pierre Ménès showed himself on his hospital bed stating: “Atrocious stomach pain. Emergencies, scanner, billiards. Intestinal hernia. The party continues, it never stops”.

Story of Pierre Ménès at the hospital
Instagram of Pierre Ménès

In fact, this is not the first health problem for the former Canal + polemicist. He already underwent a double liver and kidney transplant in December 2016. He also almost died from Nash cirrhosis, also called soda disease. Finally in 2020, he caught Covid-19 at the start of the pandemic, and claimed to have lost 15 kg.

In addition to his health problems, Pierre Ménès was faced with justice for several actions of a “sexual nature”. In April 2023 he was sentenced to two months in prison.

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