A pub is offering to fork out for taxis to hospital if punters have a heart attack while scoffing their 8,000-calorie sandwich, amid the biggest NHS ambulance strike in 30 years.
The George Pub & Grill in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, are advertising their Parmo Kebab Sandwich that contains kebab meat stuffed between two 'parmos' – deep-fried chicken cutlets drenched in bechamel sauce and melted cheese.
The artery-clogging £23.95 sandwich contains four times the recommended daily calorie intake of 2,000 calories for women.
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Restaurant owner Craig Harker, from Hardwick, Stockton-on-Tees, said: "Over 100 have tried it and I think there's a handful of people who've managed it.
"The reason we put the free lift for the ambulance is because everyone looks like they're in an absolute food coma afterwards.
"Sometimes I'm worried about them when I see them sat there with the meat sweats and I think 'I need to pay to get these to hospital'.
He even said that he wanted to get his staff trained on nearby defibrillators.
"No-one's going hungry after that, they're probably not eating for a few days after," he joked.
A Facebook post plugging the feast reads: "If anyone has a heart attack while eating this then we will pay for a taxi to the hospital. If someone does pop their clogs then we'll chip in on the headstone. Dig in!"
The post was flooded with comments from people desperate to give it a go.
One bloke who ordered it, but failed to make a dent in it, said: "I shared the Parmo Kebab Sandwich because someone ordered it the other night and failed miserably.
"I think it's more of a caveman thing – your eyes are bigger than your belly. A lot of men come in and want to take it on and the majority of them fail miserably."
The pub's post, which racked up more than 700 likes, shares and comments.
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