The bloke who's just finished his big challenge to drink 2,000 pints in 200 days has revealed he's gone right back to the pub.
You might reckon that a bloke who just downed 2,000 pints would not want to touch another drink again for a while but Jon soon put those ideas to rest.
After spending almost £8,000 and quaffing over 360,000 calories worth of the good stuff, it turns out what Jon wanted more than anything was another drink.
In his latest TikTok he showed he was back in the pub, declaring that he had '19 pints yesterday' to cross the finish line of his personal challenge but had gone for 'a good old pint' again the next morning.
At this point we should probably point out that drinking 2,000 pints in 200 days is incredibly inadvisable, it's drinking at a rate of 10 pints a day and that is way over the recommended limit for how many units of alcohol a person can safely consume.
Alcohol is poisonous, gives your liver an almighty kicking and can lead to you putting on weight as well, especially if you've got almost an entire day's recommended worth of calories going down your gob in liquid form.
However, none of that's deterred Jon from returning to the pub the morning after the night he completed his quest to drink an industrial amount of beer.
He did wonder 'why a pub is open at 10:43 in the morning' but was back in there to watch the cricket.
Jon said he was 'loving life' so unless or until some sort of massive health issue connected to gulping down 2,000 pints arises who are we to argue?
Not every pint Jon has downed is beer as in some videos he's shown himself to be sipping on cider but a pint is a measure of volume and he's been drinking plenty enough.
While he claimed to have drunk 19 pints on the final day of his challenge and overshot his target of 2,000 a bit, he said the most he ever had in one day was 25 and he 'ended up in a bush that night'.
This all started when Jon saw someone challenging themselves to drink 1,000 pints in a year after he thought he could do better than double that.
For more information on cutting down your drinking, you can check out the NHS Better Health website here.Featured Image Credit: TikTok / @j0nmay