The 12,000 calorie feast comes with a warning.
A pub in the UK is offering to pay £500 towards your headstone if you happen to pass away after doing their new burger challenge.
The George Pub and Grill in Stockton-on-Tees, Durham is reportedly known as the most unhealthy pub in England, serving up huge portions of fried food.
Its latest challenge is called the Big Ben Number 10 and it involves a stack of 10 burgers topped with 20 slices of cheese and 25 pieces of bacon.
The £28.95 dish, which also includes chips, weighs 1.5kg and contains 12,000 calories – that’s five times more than the daily recommended intake.
Owner Craig Harker has issued a warning and is advising people to eat the meal at their own risk.
Competitive eater Kyle Gibson visited The George Pub and Grill to take on the challenge and he demolished the Big Ben in 21 minutes and 56 seconds.
Thankfully, he lived to tell the tale.