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Man eats 9,000 calorie 'Grand Theft Auto' fast food order

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Daniel Uria
YouTube user Matt Stonie ate a real life variation of a massive 9,050 calorie fast food order made by a character from the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
YouTube user Matt Stonie ate a real life variation of a massive 9,050 calorie fast food order made by a character from the 2004 video game "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas."

May 12 (UPI) -- A YouTube user attempted to recreate an infamous fast food order from the video game "Grand Theft Auto" totaling more then 9,000 calories.

Matt Stonie, who shares various food eating challenges to his YouTube channel, attempted to eat all of Big Smoke's order from "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" within an hour.

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The massive order from the 2004 video game became the obsession of posters on YouTube and the online forum Reddit, who attempted to decipher what exactly was included in the character's order of "two number nines, a number nine large, a number six with extra dip, a number seven, two number 45s, one with cheese and a large soda."

Stonie used a video from YouTube user ComradeWarbear that matched each menu number with the corresponding item in the game's fictional fast food chain Cluckin' Bell to purchase equivalent items from Chick-Fil-A, McDonalds, Popeye's and Wendy's.

ComradeWarbear estimated the in-game order contained a total of 7,540 calories, but Stonie attempted to eat a variant containing 9,050 calories.

"I didn't do the challenge perfectly in line with what everyone determined Big Smoke ordered for himself," Stonie said. "I went with this variation due to the size making it a great food challenge!"

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His version of the meal included a four buttermilk crispy chicken sandwich meals including fries and a soda from McDonalds, one five-piece chicken wing meal from Popeye's, a chicken wrap from Wendy's and a deluxe chicken sandwich from Chick-Fil-A.

Stonie successfully completed the challenge by consuming the massive meal in 34 minutes and 52 seconds.

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