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Restaurant Offering Two-Stone Burger For Free If You Eat It In An Hour

Restaurant Offering Two-Stone Burger For Free If You Eat It In An Hour

That's 32,000 calories

Dominic Smithers

Dominic Smithers

Like burgers? Of course, you do. We all do. Well, even for the biggest meat-muncher among you, this 32,000 calorie gut-busting challenge could prove too much to handle.

Madihah's Takeaway in Workington, Cumbria, is selling one of the biggest burgers in the land.

Weighing in at almost two stone and packed with 24lb of beef and 20 slices of bacon, it is an absolute monster.

But there's a catch. If you can finish the burger, which would normally set punters back £30, in under an hour, you get it for free.

Speaking about the challenge, Kyle Barlow, the owner of the restaurant, said he was certain no one will ever beat it.

He said: "We have been putting the odd challenge on here and there but this time I wanted to do something that was unbeatable.

The gut-busting dish has yet to be finished.

"The beef alone is nearly 30,000 calories, the cheese is 2,000 calories, so even just eating the cheese will be a challenge.

"We have had other challenges in the past but this one if definitely the biggest and I'm quite certain there isn't another take away in the country putting something like this on.

"I am 100 percent certain that nobody will finish it, we have put 56 burgers together to make one giant beat of a meal.

"If you can finish then it's free."

The challenge is set to take place every Monday and Kyle said that those who had already attempted it admitted they had underestimated the scale of the task.

He added: "We're looking forward to kicking it off and hope that plenty of people accept the challenge and try it.

The burger would usually cost £30.

"We had multiple people trying or last challenge and they were in shock when they saw it because they underestimated the size, and this new challenge is three times the size.

"Realistically this should be eaten between four or five people, but if someone does finish it I have got no problem with giving them their money back and crowning them the challenge champion."

Maybe Kyle Gibson could step up to the plate?

The competitive eater, from Sunderland, holds the top spot in the British Eating League and he recently put his skills to good use to raise money for a local food bank when he chowed down on the entire Five Guys menu.

The twenty-two-year-old munched his way through eight burgers, four hot dogs, two portions of fries, two veggie sandwiches, a grilled cheese sandwich, a BLT, two milkshakes and a couple of refill drinks.

But all that only came to a paltry 13,000 calories. So maybe even he would struggle?!

Featured Image Credit: Caters

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