GLASGOW, Scotland, Aug. 9 (UPI) -- "The Stonner", a 1,000-calorie, deep fried pork sausage kebab has been dubbed the most dangerous fast food in Britain.
Sky News reported Monday the kebab contains 46 grams of fat and is double the calories of a Big Mac hamburger.
However, the Ruby Chip Shop in Glasgow, Scotland, that sells the kebab has provided a health warning to customers: "Due to the severe health damage of this fine dish, we can only supply one Stonner supper per customer per week," reads the sign provided by the restaurant's owner, Saei Sangag.
Neither the calories nor the health warning seems to be limiting the Stonner's sales.
"They are flying out of the fryers," Sangag said. "Everyone loves going to the chippy and I was trying to think of something new."
Health officials, however, are not amused.
"This type of thing leads to poor health," said Michael Lean of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. "It doesn't take a lot of common sense to see that it is a stupid thing to be producing."