Free tombstone for those who manage to eat mega burger.
An English pub, the "George Pub & Grill”, has set up an original challenge with a rather unique prize: a free tombstone for those who manage to eat their mega burger.
Located in the County of Durham, in the North East of England, the pub has promised to pay for the gravestone, for a cost of 500 pounds, for anyone who can eat their Big Ben Number 10 hamburger.
Big Ben Number 10 is made of 10 burgers stacked on top of each other for a total of one and a half kilos of meat.
Big Ben Number 10
Of course, this is not the end of the story. Between the top and bottom of the sandwich there are also 10 slices of greasy bacon. All this is accompanied by slices of cheddar and, of course, french fries.
The caloric intake of the fantastic Big Ben is 12,000 calories.
The calorie requirement of an adult man, per day, is calculated to average around 2,500 calories.
Craig Harker, the George Pub & Grill’s owner, offers to contribute to the funeral of the client who should collapse because of Big Ben Number 10.
If you are getting ready to pack your bags to fly to England and give the infamous death burger a bite, we invite you to think about it for a second. Surely your body doesn't feel the need to swallow 12,000 calories at once. Not to mention the fact that a tombstone labelled "George Pub & Grill" could be a bit embarrassing ... as it's for eternity.
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Man VS Food: pub pays for your tombstone if you manage to eat their mega burger
The George Pub & Grill - Stockton, Cleveland, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees, UK