Everyone loves a takeaway now and then.
But how much of it could you eat in just one sitting? Perhaps some McDonald's fries and a cheeseburger, or more?
Well, one man challenged himself to eat 32 McDonald's Big Macs in one sitting, and he now claims to have broken the world record.
Keep reading to find out more...
How many burgers could you eat in one sitting?
via: Shutterstock1? 3? 5?
Man V. Food challenges have become increasingly popular.
via: ShutterstockWith people taking to YouTube to record themselves or friends taking on a food challenge.
The trend became popular in 2008 when 'Man V. Food' an American food reality series began.
via: IMDbOriginally hosted by food enthusiast Adam Richman, the program explored the food offerings of different American cities.
Where they then took on a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant.
via: IMDbAnd only sometimes came out on top.
Since the start of the program, we've seen an increase in the challenges and YouTube accounts dedicated to taking them on.
via: YouTubeThe likes of BeardMeatsFood and Randy Santel have paved the way for food challenges.
And there's another YouTuber who has got involved with the challenges.
Joey, who holds 44 eating contest records, posts videos of challenges to his YouTube account.
The most recent video on his channel sees Joey undertaking 32 McDonalds Big Macs in just 38 minutes.
via: YouTubeA potential world record.
The 36-year-old from Kentucky completed the challenge in exactly 38 minutes and 15 seconds.
via: YouTubeThe 32 burgers he consumed in that time equaled to 15.36lbs of burger.
And the 32 burgers had a total amount of 18,016 calories.
via: ShutterstockA total that is over a man's recommended weekly calorie intake, which is 17,000.
The 13-minute video sees Joey starts off steady.
via: YouTubeBut he begins to struggle.
By 5 minutes in Joey is beginning to sweat.
via: YouTubeAnd at 16 minutes he admits his throat is 'tired'.
In the end, Joey looked very relieved to have finished.
via: YouTubeAs anyone would!
The video has racked up 108, 177 views so far.
via: YouTubeAnd it keeps rising.