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Have you had your fill?

On today’s show we looked at a couple of issues relating to food and drink.

First off we took time out to visit GRIMSBY, the home of, THE HUNGER CAFE, and it’s WALL OF FAME breakfast DISH.

This  repast is not for the faint hearted as it consists of six sausages, six bacon strips, six eggs, six hash browns, six black puddings, one ladle of beans, one ladle of tomatoes,  one ladle of mushrooms, 3 slices of toast, 3 pieces of fried bread and a tin of chips. 

But what’s more to get it for free you are expected to down the lot in 30 minutes – or less. Ether way it will only set you back £15 which looks like a bargain to me

So far only one customer is known to have managed this feat.

And that’s a 37 year old former banker from Leeds, ADAM MORAN who is also known to have thumped his way through a massive Stampede Haberno Sub at Black Megs in Texas, which consists of Angus patties, bacon, lettuce, onions, tomato, nacho cheese, and of course a portion of chips. 

Meanwhile rather more expensive was the pint of beer consumed by Australian Peter Lalor at a bar in Manchester as it set him back a cool £55,000.

The bottle of beer was supposed to cost £5:50 but when he went to pay, he didn’t have his reading glasses on and failed to notice that an error had occurred. When the girl serving him presented him with the bill, although admitting she’d had some problems with the machine, he never gave it another thought. 

It was only later that he found he’d been billed £55,000 and to add to the pain, he’d also been charged a transaction fee of another £1380.

He eventually managed to get the transaction fee refunded and the hotel involved has now been in touch with him to resolve the issue.

They did say that the beer was exceptionally good, having won a heap of rewards including the Supreme Champion Beer of Britain.

Even so it clearly wasn’t worth what he’d paid for it. 

See you once more tomorrow,
Scott

 

Have you had your fill?

On today’s show we looked at a couple of issues relating to food and drink.

First off we took time out to visit GRIMSBY, the home of, THE HUNGER CAFE, and it’s WALL OF FAME breakfast DISH.

This  repast is not for the faint hearted as it consists of six sausages, six bacon strips, six eggs, six hash browns, six black puddings, one ladle of beans, one ladle of tomatoes,  one ladle of mushrooms, 3 slices of toast, 3 pieces of fried bread and a tin of chips. 

But what’s more to get it for free you are expected to down the lot in 30 minutes – or less. Ether way it will only set you back £15 which looks like a bargain to me

So far only one customer is known to have managed this feat.

And that’s a 37 year old former banker from Leeds, ADAM MORAN who is also known to have thumped his way through a massive Stampede Haberno Sub at Black Megs in Texas, which consists of Angus patties, bacon, lettuce, onions, tomato, nacho cheese, and of course a portion of chips. 

Meanwhile rather more expensive was the pint of beer consumed by Australian Peter Lalor at a bar in Manchester as it set him back a cool £55,000.

The bottle of beer was supposed to cost £5:50 but when he went to pay, he didn’t have his reading glasses on and failed to notice that an error had occurred. When the girl serving him presented him with the bill, although admitting she’d had some problems with the machine, he never gave it another thought. 

It was only later that he found he’d been billed £55,000 and to add to the pain, he’d also been charged a transaction fee of another £1380.

He eventually managed to get the transaction fee refunded and the hotel involved has now been in touch with him to resolve the issue.

They did say that the beer was exceptionally good, having won a heap of rewards including the Supreme Champion Beer of Britain.

Even so it clearly wasn’t worth what he’d paid for it. 

See you once more tomorrow,
Scott

 

Have you had your fill?

On today’s show we looked at a couple of issues relating to food and drink.

First off we took time out to visit GRIMSBY, the home of, THE HUNGER CAFE, and it’s WALL OF FAME breakfast DISH.

This  repast is not for the faint hearted as it consists of six sausages, six bacon strips, six eggs, six hash browns, six black puddings, one ladle of beans, one ladle of tomatoes,  one ladle of mushrooms, 3 slices of toast, 3 pieces of fried bread and a tin of chips. 

But what’s more to get it for free you are expected to down the lot in 30 minutes – or less. Ether way it will only set you back £15 which looks like a bargain to me

So far only one customer is known to have managed this feat.

And that’s a 37 year old former banker from Leeds, ADAM MORAN who is also known to have thumped his way through a massive Stampede Haberno Sub at Black Megs in Texas, which consists of Angus patties, bacon, lettuce, onions, tomato, nacho cheese, and of course a portion of chips. 

Meanwhile rather more expensive was the pint of beer consumed by Australian Peter Lalor at a bar in Manchester as it set him back a cool £55,000.

The bottle of beer was supposed to cost £5:50 but when he went to pay, he didn’t have his reading glasses on and failed to notice that an error had occurred. When the girl serving him presented him with the bill, although admitting she’d had some problems with the machine, he never gave it another thought. 

It was only later that he found he’d been billed £55,000 and to add to the pain, he’d also been charged a transaction fee of another £1380.

He eventually managed to get the transaction fee refunded and the hotel involved has now been in touch with him to resolve the issue.

They did say that the beer was exceptionally good, having won a heap of rewards including the Supreme Champion Beer of Britain.

Even so it clearly wasn’t worth what he’d paid for it. 

See you once more tomorrow,
Scott

 

Have you had your fill?

On today’s show we looked at a couple of issues relating to food and drink.

First off we took time out to visit GRIMSBY, the home of, THE HUNGER CAFE, and it’s WALL OF FAME breakfast DISH.

This  repast is not for the faint hearted as it consists of six sausages, six bacon strips, six eggs, six hash browns, six black puddings, one ladle of beans, one ladle of tomatoes,  one ladle of mushrooms, 3 slices of toast, 3 pieces of fried bread and a tin of chips. 

But what’s more to get it for free you are expected to down the lot in 30 minutes – or less. Ether way it will only set you back £15 which looks like a bargain to me

So far only one customer is known to have managed this feat.

And that’s a 37 year old former banker from Leeds, ADAM MORAN who is also known to have thumped his way through a massive Stampede Haberno Sub at Black Megs in Texas, which consists of Angus patties, bacon, lettuce, onions, tomato, nacho cheese, and of course a portion of chips. 

Meanwhile rather more expensive was the pint of beer consumed by Australian Peter Lalor at a bar in Manchester as it set him back a cool £55,000.

The bottle of beer was supposed to cost £5:50 but when he went to pay, he didn’t have his reading glasses on and failed to notice that an error had occurred. When the girl serving him presented him with the bill, although admitting she’d had some problems with the machine, he never gave it another thought. 

It was only later that he found he’d been billed £55,000 and to add to the pain, he’d also been charged a transaction fee of another £1380.

He eventually managed to get the transaction fee refunded and the hotel involved has now been in touch with him to resolve the issue.

They did say that the beer was exceptionally good, having won a heap of rewards including the Supreme Champion Beer of Britain.

Even so it clearly wasn’t worth what he’d paid for it. 

See you once more tomorrow,
Scott

 

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