Man hits new milestone by eating 30000th Big Mac hamburgers

A Wisconsin person who since 2016 has held that the Guinness World Record for its most McDonald's Big Macs consumed has already reached yet another landmark after eating his own 30,000 massive Mac on Friday.

Don Gorske, 64, told The Post on Sunday that he has been eating two McDonald's Big Macs every day for the past 46 years - and the only thing he wants to do in retirement is shove even more of them into his mouth. Over the almost 46 years since he had the first Big Mac, Gorske had only gone a total of eight days without eating one. "She requested I not eat a Big Mac on the day she died, in remembrance of her", he says.

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In the last forty-four years, there have been only eight days in which he did not eat a Big Mac - most recently, on 23 November 2000. Big Macs account for 90 to 95 percent of his diet. The first time, he drove to McDonald's during a snowstorm and discovered it was closed.

He said his cholesterol and blood pressure are normal and he weighs five pounds less than he did in 2011 when he ate his 25,000 Big Mac.

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Gorske also collects mementos of his Big Mac orders.

This Big Mac fan has become a big deal.

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Gorske - famously featured in the 2004 documentary "Super Size Me" because of his obsession with the 563-calorie, fat-laden sandwiches - insisted that his health is great.

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