YouTuber takes on £50 burger problem however workers make him do one last item

He’s demolished the world’s greatest creme egg, made gentle work of a 20-inch baguette and even seen off the legendary Octuple Bypass Burger on the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas.

For his newest problem, YouTuber Adam Moran, headed to Norway in the hunt for some conventional meals, however discovered himself on the American-style Groovy Diner in Tonsberg. Not for the faint-hearted, contributors get an hour to finish the Ultimate Groovy Burger Challenge – a big burger made up of 10 patties served with fries and washed down with an enormous milkshake.

Those who succeed get the 699kr (£50) meal at no cost and a spot on the Wall of Champions. The solely rule is, you will need to stay seated for quarter-hour after the epic calorie-laden feast.

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The 38-year-old from Leeds, higher often known as BeardMeatsFood, has earned the title of Britain’s primary aggressive eater. His YouTube channel has 3.65m followers and he’s so fashionable that he’s taken out a £1 million insurance coverage coverage on his abdomen and style buds.

He tackles the feast with 'surgical precision'
He tackles the feast with ‘surgical precision’

As a certified private coach, he reckons that aggressive consuming along with two hours’ each day weight coaching has improved his body-fat ratio.

After organising his cameras, workers served up the large meat tower propped up by a basket of fries and served with a milkshake nearly as tall.

Hearing that the quickest time was 20 minutes, Adam states: “He was a NorwegIan guy right? If I break his record, I’m going to feel bad.”

Just earlier than a waitress counts all the way down to his problem, he states: “Probably be a bit jittery but let’s get underway.”

The milkshake was gone in two gulps
The milkshake was gone in two gulps

Eating the meal two burgers at a time, Adam quickly polishes it off.

“I’m eating this thing with almost surgical precision. Not a scrap of debris in sight,” he states.

Just three minutes in and a member of workers will be heard saying: “I think the record is in jeopardy.”

And as Adam nears the tip of the burger tower, he asks: “You sure you get one hour to do this?”

The waitress replies: “This is the difference between Norwegian people and people from other countries.”

What's for dessert?
What’s for dessert?

Adam laughs replying: “We’re not all like this, believe me.”

From the kitchen, a member of workers sees the emptying plate and jokes: “keep them coming.”

Adam says on his video: “Admittedly, this isn’t the toughest challenge I’ve ever done but it’s all about the adventure if you ask me.”

With the burger gone in lower than 9 minutes, he downs the milkshake in two gulps, ending the meal in a powerful 12 minutes and 48 seconds.

Staff then inform him he has to stay in his seat for quarter-hour to ensure he is not sick.

He's no stranger to a massive meal
He’s no stranger to an enormous meal

“That’s a cool rule, I like it. While I’m here for 15 minutes, do you have a dessert menu?,” Adam replies, a lot to their disbelief as he orders a chocolate cake with ice cream.

As he leaves the diner, Adam states: “I feel bad for the Norwegian guy but the food challenges in Europe are quite easy, it’s got to be said.

“I would even have sufficient room for a little bit of Norwegian scran again on the resort.”

The video has already amassed more than 1.5m views and 84k likes.

Fans were quick to share their thoughts with one commenting: “Was {that a} problem or a fast snack?”

One said: “God solely is aware of the place you set the meals, Adam, though it is nice to look at and marvel.”

The previous winner @Settpasmaken even commented: “Wow! It’s an honour to be included in your video Adam. Not actually stunned that you just smashed my time.”

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