Weighing in at 25lbs, a restaurant in Plymouth has taken the record for the making the biggest burger in Britain.
Lifted between a 20-inch bun, the burger used enough beef to make 100 quarter-pounders and was then covered with 4lb of cheese, 20 sliced tomatoes, and a pound of salad leaves. It took the chefs two hours to cook.
Eating the entire beef-fest would cost you 25,000 calories – which equates to 12 days of a woman's daily calorie intake.
JD's Grill in Plymouth are now the proud owners of the heart attack title, trouncing the previous record of 24lbs. Job well done chaps.
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