Weird News Man Has Eaten 30,000 Big Macs, Breaks World Record

09:56  08 may  2018
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Don Gorske has a headful of Big Mac trivia and details about his 46-year habit thanks to his OCD and a great memory. Don Gorske ate his first Big Mac in 1972 at a McDonald’s in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin and returned there on Friday to eat his 30 , 000 Big Mac , breaking his own world record .

DON Gorske has eaten two Big Macs every day since 1972 and in a world record feat will devour his 30 , 000 th burger this year. But don’t be fooled, the US foodie is not at all what you’d expect

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A Wisconsin man has eaten 30,000 Big Macs from McDonald's, and he has the receipts to prove it.

Don Gorske has been eating Big Macs for more than 46 years and has set the record for most Big Macs consumed in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Gorske, 64, reached the milestone on Friday as he chowed down on his 30,000th Big Mac at a Fond Du Lac McDonald's.

Gorske told WLUK that he doesn't get sick of eating Big Macs every day.

"It's some that's just so good, it's just like chocolate and I couldn't get enough of at first, but still it is my favorite sandwich,” Gorske told the station.

He says that he eats two a day.There have only been a few days in his life that he hasn't eaten one, including the day his mom died.

In 2003, Ellen DeGeneres requested Gorske's cholesterol be checked.

It was 140, which is normal.

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