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Restaurant serves 8,000-calorie breakfast, and it comes with a waiver

Restaurant serves 8,000-calorie breakfast, and it comes with a waiver
A restaurant in Britain is serving up an 8,000-calorie meal. Pictured are a couple of breakfast offerings from Dick Church's in Costa Mesa. (Mark Dustin / Daily Pilot)

If you visit a restaurant called the Bear Grills Cafe and Sandwich Bar in Britain, you can order an 8,000-calorie breakfast. It's perfect for when you've had a long night chopping wood, lifting heavy boulders and wrestling large animals.

The monster breakfast is called the Hibernator and includes eight pieces of bacon, eight sausages, four hash browns, four fried eggs, a four-egg cheese omelet, four waffles, four pieces of toast, four pieces of fried bread, four pieces of black pudding, two ladles of beans, two ladles of tomatoes, mushrooms and fries.

We know, eating that much can make you thirsty. That's why the meal comes with a 2-pint milkshake to wash it all down.  
The breakfast is called the Hibernator because if you finish it, you'll supposedly have to take a yearlong nap to recover. Owner Mark Winder told the Daily Mail that the breakfast was inspired by the TV show "Man vs. Food" in which host Adam Richman attempts to eat giant meals of nachos, burritos and more. 

You must be 18 years or older to order the Hibernator, and you have to sign a waiver. The breakfast costs $25.18, and if you finish in less than an hour, you'll win $160.77 and your name on the restaurant's wall of fame. Also, the Hibernator will be renamed in your honor, and you'll have the opportunity to add another ingredient to the challenge.

Twenty-two people have attempted to finish the breakfast; none have succeeded.

If it's appropriate, I'm not opposed to wearing a bib. Follow me on Twitter @Jenn_Harris_

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