Cafe has a food challenge that has only ever been completed by one person
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The Hunger Cafe in North East Lincolnshire has set the ultimate food challenge as it’s only ever been completed by one customer.
If you’re in Grimsby by any chance, we dare you to head into this notorious cafe for a chance to be included on their Wall of Fame.
But be warned, this food challenge is not for the faint of heart, and many have failed trying.
The cafe posted the ‘ultimate hunger challenge’, which revealed that customers had to chow down on six sausages, six bacon strips, six eggs, six hashbrowns, six black puddings, one ladle of beans, one ladle of tomatoes and one ladle of mushrooms.
But we’re not done yet; the meal also includes three pieces of toast, three pieces of fried bread and a tin of chips.
Customers must also finish their meal in 30 minutes or under.
My god, I feel bloated just thinking about it.
However, unsurprisingly, the cafe shared that only one person had completed the challenge. A man under the alias ‘BeardMeatsFood’ managed to eat everything in 27 minutes.
But with a little social media sleuthing, it turns out BeardMeatsFoot is actually a renowned British professional competitive eater who frequently documents his impressive challenges via his YouTube channel.
Adam Moran, his real name, is a 37-year-old former banker who now resides in Leeds.
The man is also a qualified personal trainer who claims that his competitive eating habits combined with two hours of weight training per day improved his body fat ratio over the past few years.
However, Moran has spun his competitive eating career into a whole brand as he also hosts the Breaking Bad podcast with Josh Gudgeon, which he launched last month.
With over two million subscribers on YouTube, one of Moran’s most watched video clips is him annihilating the Stampede Habanero Sub at Black Meg 43 Copperas Cove in Texas.
The video, which has been viewed more than five million times, sees the infamous foodie tuck into the sub with Angus patties, bacon, lettuce, onions, and tomatoes, smothered in nacho cheese and a pound of chippies.
Despite over 100 people failing the challenge, BeardMeetsFood finished his meal in 14 minutes.
Users were left stunned as one person wrote: “Love seeing a chef take pride in his work! Well done Beard.”
Another said: “Absolutely housed that challenge. Loved the thoroughness of picking up the wax paper and getting every last scrap of food to avoid being accused of not getting the job done.”
While another commented: “That's an amazing looking burger. Can't believe 100 others have failed and you absolutely smashed it my man!!!”
Featured Image Credit: hunger.cafe / Facebook.
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