This Restaurant Is Selling A Giant 20 Inch Hot Dog
Therefore if you do take on the meaty challenge and succeed in eating the hot dog - which comes with all the sauces and trimmings - your name goes straight in the hall of fame.
The eating challenge is being offered at Alberts Schloss in central Manchester.
Served in a brioche bun with plenty of sauerkraut, hot mustard, and a drizzle of Berlin curry sauce, the German sausage is the creation of executive chef, Paul Kirk, 31.
Paul has created the hot dog in celebration of Oktoberfest, and calls it a "show stopper".
He said: "It's really big. It's a show stopper. People can't believe the size of it. No one has managed to finish it yet.
"One guy made it about two thirds of the way through and gave up."
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But despite the difficult challenge, the hot dog has been a big hit with customers, with Paul predicting around 50 people a week try and tackle it.
So far, no-one has been hungry enough to finish it.
"The reactions have been really positive," he continued.
"Lots of lads order it for themselves and a couple of people have come in and done it in twos. People are really into it because it's Instagrammable.
"We wanted to bring something new to the table. We're starting to celebrate Oktoberfest so we wanted to do something quintessentially German.
"We have great sausages any way so we thought we'd do something we're good at."
Not gonna' lie it looks so delicious. We might have to take a trip up to Manchester for this one...
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