A food van has created a monster burger challenge so massive that it appears to be unbeatable.
Cardiff-based Rolling Rolls are welcoming customers to take on their latest creation if they are brave enough to try it.
Unsurprisingly, no one has yet been able to finish it – and you’ll be able to see why.
The Fat Boy Challenge – named after the Harley Davidson Fat Boy – is made up of approximately two and half pounds of meat.
Overall, the burger weighs more than three pounds – and includes 24 ounces of beef, cheese, four sausages, four large fried eggs and 12 onion rings all sandwiched in a massive tiger bread roll.
Customers are given 20 minutes to eat the mammoth burger and won’t pay a penny if they do.
And if they fail – which is all too likely – they will have to fork out the full price of £15.
Th owner of the food van, Dan Preston, said a customer managed to finish the meal but clocked a final time of 34 minutes.
While that may be impressive by most people’s standards, Dan is very strict on his 20-minute limit.
Dan, 37, who’s a fan of food challenges, said: “We did the breakfast in bread before and that was a huge success, and we’ve had relocate so we’ve come up with this idea to boost things.
Rolling Rolls said they came up with the idea after moving to a new location nearly four weeks ago.
Previously in Bridgend, the food van now found at Glynstell Park, near Cardiff Harley-Davidson.