Punters taking on the challenge must finish the lot inside an hour to be inducted into the pub’s Hall of Fame and take away a souvenir hoodie.
Craig Harker, 28, owner of The George in Stockton-on-Tees, Teesside, said: “I tried it myself and didn’t really put a dent in it.
“Eventually someone will do it. I didn’t want to create an impossible challenge.
“This challenge is about getting as much meat on there as possible from what we had on the menu, but at the end of the day the food also needs to taste good”
“This challenge is about getting as much meat on there as possible from what we had on the menu, but at the end of the day the food also needs to taste good.”
The George has previously served the UK’s biggest – and tallest – burger, as well as building itself into local folklore with the world’s largest parmo, the Teesside speciality of deep-fried breaded chicken, with bechamel sauce and cheese.
Craig said: “People need to give us 24 hours notice if they are going to do the challenge because the amount of meat on there takes up the whole grill.”
Sales advisor Vicky Thompson, 20, who attempted the challenge with her colleague Louise Hall, 20, said: “I couldn’t even manage half.
“I don’t think I could ever finish it.”
Recently a model made headlines after devouring over 1.5metres of Subway sandwiches in just nine minutes.