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A Leading London Doctor has told a burger obsessed man in London, that if he eats one more Burger then that will be it for him.
Mr Shayan Sacki, a man who took to London in late January attempting to eat 10 burgers in 10 hours has been warned by a leading London Doctor of the perils of his obsession. Mr Sacki, was raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital with his annual challenge #10burgers10hours.
Going around London, visiting his favourite burger chains such as Dirty Burger, Bleecker Burger, Lucky Chip and even McDonalds, the challenge has now been labelled the 'Impossible Task' by Mr Sacki.
This claim has been backed up by a leading London Doctor on the famous Harlequin Street and has recommended that Mr Sacki not eat one more burger. The amount of meat consumed by the challenge ( close to 4 pounds of minced beef), along with cheese and copious amount of bread, led the Doctor to say "Is this man stupid, has he got a death wish?"
The number of calories in an average burger is around 1200, almost a third of the daily recommended allowance for a Iranian Londoner. The fact that Mr Sacki, even managed seven, it is a surprise he is still alive now.
The Doctor has called on Mr Sacki to never even look at a burger for a fear that the appeal will be took great. Being in close vicinty may be a step too far as the second hand smell may lead to congestion in his nose and therefore a complete turnaround to being a Vegan.
We have tried to contact Mr Sacki about these claims, but have so far have had no luck. His agent has refused our calls for a comment.
As a credible news source, we at the Institute of Fakery News Click bait society advisee people to go to all these establishments and eat the burgers. This we feel will prove that our leading London Doctor is right to make sure that Mr Sacki eats no more burgers.
Rumours have since circulated that Mr Sacki did in fact eat a Chicken Burger from a famous global burger chain the very next day.
Please do not forget to donate to Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity. Let's help them get to £1000.