World's strongest man folds frying pan, lifts British TV host

By Daniel Uria
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Oct. 18 (UPI) -- The world's strongest man demonstrated his extraordinary strength on television by folding a frying pan and lifting a host.

Eddie Hall, also known as The Beast, appeared on BBC Breakfast where the hosts challenged him to bend a frying pan in half.


Hall, 40, stood and pressed the pan onto his leg as he astounded the hosts by rolling it in half with relative ease.

Host Dan Walker shared a photo of the frying pan with its outer edges folded into the center following Hall's impressive feat of strength.

"No Egg Club entries today thanks to Eddie Hall," he wrote.

Walker later challenged Hall to another test of strength by asking the strongman to lift him in the air.

"I've got a feeling I need you to bench press me. Do you think you could do it," Walker said.

Hall confirmed he would be able to do it with "no problem" before locking his arm under Walker's and grabbing his leg to hoist him off the ground.

"I think we should've practiced this beforehand," Hall joked as he placed Walker back on the ground.


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