Unveiled: The gut-busting burger packed with 2,645 calories (but don't worry you get a free Diet Coke if you finish it)

Britain's largest and most fattening burger has gone on sale - with an artery-busting 2,645 calories.  

Loaded with four beefburgers, eight rashers of bacon, eight slices of cheese, 12 onion rings, heaps of salad and three sauces, the 'Super Scooby' contains 145 more calories than the daily recommended limit for men.  

The Jolly Fryer takeaway in Bristol is offering customers the gut-busting meal for £10 - and a free can of Diet Coke to anyone who can finish it in one sitting.  

Super Scooby burger

The 'Super Scooby' stands six inches tall, has a circumference of 13 inches, and weighs in at a staggering 1.5kg - the same as a family-sized roast chicken

Not surprisingly, the challenge of 'beating the beast' has so far been unsuccessful.  

Jolly Fryer owner Nick Lomvardos, 42, said: 'None of our customers have ever been disappointed by the Super Scooby although no one has managed to finish one without help from their friends. 

'We have never heard of a bigger one being served up anywhere else and we are challenging any big eaters to come along and finish one.

'If you can manage that then we'll give you a free can of diet coke but to tell the truth I'm not sure it's possible.

'I have never tried eating one myself but I'd struggle to finish one half the size.'

Luigi Armato

Scooby snack: Chef Luigi Armato is a fan of the monster burger

Among its fans are Luigi Armato, 22, who has tried to eat a Super Scooby once-a-week since its creation earlier this year.  

Luigi said: 'You have to be a real man to eat one. They're delicious and I don't care about the calories.

'I always think it's healthier than fast food burgers because they prepare it fresh into front you.'   

The 'Super Scooby' stands 6in tall, has a circumference of 13in, and weighs in at a staggering 1.5kg - the same as a family-sized roast chicken.  

If that wasn't enough, it comes with an extra side portion of chips.

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