I can hardly wait for so-called obesity experts to start their weapons-grade howling about this little gig.
Imagine spending a winter Saturday driving north to south, east to west – criss crossing New Zealand’s largest city for the glory of downing 50 McDonald’s cheeseburgers in the fastest time possible.
It sounds like the perfect challenge for anyone looking to combine their love of Auckland weekend traffic and competitive fast-food eating.
Those who complete the 50-burger challenge will consume a whopping 580 grams of fat in a 24 hour period, more than five times the recommended daily intake.
Each burger also contains 265 calories – a total of 13,250 for the day. An average adult male needs about only around 2500 daily calories to maintain his weight.
Auckland student Jack Alexander is challenging all McDonald’s lovers to take part in the pub-crawl style homage to the humble cheeseburger, with the inaugural Amazing Cheeseburger Challenge, set for the first week of July. Read more »