Man manages to eat entire McDonald’s 9,600-calorie Christmas menu in one sitting

Kyle Gibson, 23, has eaten his way through the full Five Guys and KFC menu, as well as items from Lidl’s bakery section – and now he has demolished the entire McDonald’s Christmas menu

Kyle Gibson taking on the entire McDonald’s Christmas menu

A man got into the festive spirit by polishing off the entire McDonald’s Christmas menu in less than half an hour.

Kyle Gibson, a professional competitive eater, is no stranger to big Man vs Food-style challenges, Chronicle Live reports.

In the past, the 23-year-old, of Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland, has eaten his way through the full Five Guys and KFC menu, as well as items from Lidl’s bakery section.

For his latest challenge, he took on the McDonald’s Christmas menu, which he downed in just over 24 minutes.

The food, which had 9,600 calories, included:

  • 3 festive crispy chicken stack burgers

  • 3 festive stacks (beef ones)

  • 2 cheese shareboxes

  • 8 festive pies

  • 2 Celebrations McFlurries

And after finishing it all off, he told ChronicleLive : “That was an easy one.”

He also gave his views on the food, noting that he liked the crispy chicken burgers but was not a fan of the beef festive stacks.

Kyle, who has been taking part in tough eating contests for several years, keeps his followers updated on his Facebook page and YouTube channel.

He says that when he is not taking part in super-sized challenges, he eats healthily and exercises every day.

“I had just worked out before doing the McDonald’s Christmas menu and I was quite hungry,” said Kyle. “I was able to finish it all quite easily.

Kyle said he was able to polish off the McDonald’s Christmas menu “quite easily”

“I train in the gym seven days a week. I do a lot of boxing, weightlifting and cardio.

“I usually eat quite healthily and have low calorie food. When I do big challenges, that is my big meal of the day. I make sure I keep myself healthy during the other days of the week.”

Kyle also regularly supports charities. He recently donated nearly £1,000 worth of toys and selection boxes to Mission Christmas at B&M Stores.

He said: “I genuinely believe that no child should go without a present on Christmas.”

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