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Aussie becomes first fast food fan EVER to complete pub's ridiculous 5kg burger challenge - and he smashed two cheesecakes minutes later A Baulkam Hills man has finished the Khartoum Hotel 5kg Burger Challenge  James pocketed $650 as he became the first to ever finish the challenge The challenge involves a massive burger, onion rings, chips and potato wedges  Incredibly he finished the 30 minute challenge in 25 minutes and 37 seconds James still had room for more food as he ordered a double serving of cheesecake

By Jack Mahony For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 16:26 BST, 3 May 2021 | Updated: 16:29 BST, 3 May 2021

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A fast food fanatic has become the first person ever to finish a ridiculous 5km burger challenge - and he even had room for double dessert. 

The diner, known only as James, travelled from Baulkam Hills to Cessnock to attempt the Khartoum Hotel 5kg Burger Challenge on Saturday May 1. 

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Not only did he smashed the challenge, making him the first of 55 challengers to actually complete the burger, but he did so in under 30 minutes. 

The mammoth feed is comprised of a large bun, two beef patties, eight slices of cheese, beetroot, eggs and bacon, as well as the usual helping of lettuce and tomato.  

James travelled from Baulkam Hills to Cessnock to take on the Khartoum Hotel 5kg Burger Challenge (pictured with the mammoth meal)

James travelled from Baulkam Hills to Cessnock to take on the Khartoum Hotel 5kg Burger Challenge (pictured with the mammoth meal)

It only took James 25 minutes and 37 seconds to finish the mammoth feed - and even had room for a double serving of cheesecake

It only took James 25 minutes and 37 seconds to finish the mammoth feed - and even had room for a double serving of cheesecake 

The Khartoum Hotel 5kg burger challenge involves eating a massive

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