Eddie Hall is clearly no stranger to a bit of chaos - from his accolades of the UK's Strongest Man, Britain's Strongest Man and England's Strongest Man to his very unorthodox prep for said competitions.
And now, the 34-year-old's latest venture follows him driving his tank straight through a McDonald's drive-thru. You've got to see it to believe it:
Hall uploaded his most recent pursuits to his 2.06 million subscribers-strong YouTube channel, Eddie Hall The Beast, captioning the video: "Taking My TANK To McDonalds!"
Introducing the situation as being a 'cheat day for me anyway', Hall told his subscribers: "What better way for me to celebrate cheat day than to go to McDonald's?"
Giving viewers a bit of information about his new tank, Hall explained: "This thing is absolutely ridiculous [...] It weighs about eight tonnes and does about fifty miles an hour - not that I do fifty miles an hour."
Upon driving (rather slowly) into the drive-thru, Eddie parked up his tank and asked for a 'large Big Mac meal with a Sprite'.
The strongman concluded his order in the best way possible by asking for a 'Smartie McFlurry as well'.
As if totally normal, Hall was instructed to drive to the next window and into the drive-thru area armed with a litter picker to pay for and pick up the goods.
Curious passersby began to crowd round the tank and take photos while Hall lowkey struggled to receive his order and ask for more ketchup.
Upon exiting the drive-thru, Hall gave an inventory on the food he had just ordered via a tank.
"All round, I would say that was a success," the strongman reflected, before concluding: "You just can't beat a McDonald's."
Already racking up over 225,000 views, 12,000 likes and over a thousand comments - it's clear that his fans had much to say on the matter.
One YouTube user seemed to support Hall's new tank-themed exploits, commenting: "Wow Eddie, that is one of the most hilarious things to do.
"You're an absolute legend, you definitely need to do more things with that tank. Keep up the amazing work. Big Up The Beast!"
A second shared the same views, writing: "At this point in life, Eddie is just living the dreams that all adults had as kids.
"Well deserved I would say."
Others were quick to offer the strongman more ideas for inspiration in his upcoming videos.
"This needs to be a series on this channel, no doubt about it. I mean, there are so many drive throughs you can try you might as well make a series about it," advised one fan.
Another recommended: "You have to use this as an Uber, that would be bloody hilarious. The look on their face would be legendary."
"Driving through downtown London to see everyone's reaction during rush hour [...] would be a great episode to see," chimed in a third.