The internet is no stranger to eating challenges, from consuming an entire spoonful of cinnamon in one sitting to consuming one of the world’s hottest foods, the ghost pepper. Some people have gotten famous for their food challenge successes (or failures), including competitive eater and YouTuber, Matt Stonie.
Recently, Stonie uploaded a video on YouTube showing the world his latest tour de force, downing four In-N-Out burgers in just under three minutes. However, rather than a regular burger, Stonie takes on the West Coast fast-food chain’s 4x4s, which are made of four 100 percent beef patties with hand-leafed lettuce, tomato, and four slices of American cheese stacked on a bun, according to the In-N-Out website.
Stonie successfully completed the challenge — all with the help of a large Diet Coke — in 2 minutes and 59 seconds.
In the video, Stonie said that the hardest part of the challenge was keeping the burger together since In-N-Out uses the same buns for the 4x4s as they do for the regular burgers.