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Japan: SEVEN burgers in half an hour: can you do better?

One brave challenger ate a Japanese Burger King restaurant out of house and home after he polished off 7 burgers in just 30 minutes! Fast food chain Burger King brought back its all-you-can eat Whopper challenge to Japan and, in Tokyo's Akihabara Branch, Tomohiko Okano managed to set the record at seven. SOT, Tomohiko Okano (26 years old) (Japanese): "Today I finished 7 Whoppers and I feel satisfied." ‘B' IKING, as the Japanese call it, expects to draw in tons of extra hungry clients during the week of the extreme eating challenge. For a mere 11 bucks, customers can devour as many burgers as they can muster within half an hour. People who purchase the buffet start with two Whoppers, medium fries and a medium drink. When they finish, customers can return to the counter for their next sandwich – if they have any room left. The Japanese have been gorging down on Burger King’s most famous hamburger ever since the buffet was first launched in the island country in 2010. Luckily the challenge will only last one week, otherwise some of Burger King’s best customers might become Sumo Sized.

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