My pub's food is so unhealthy you could die eating it – I'll pay for the taxi to hospital | The Sun

A PUB is offering a taxi to hospital if a patron has a heart attack while scoffing an 8,000 calorie sandwich.

The artery-clogging Parmo Kebab Sandwich has kebab meat stuffed between two 'parmos' – deep-fried chicken cutlets drenched in bechamel sauce and melted cheese.

The George Pub & Grill, in Stockton-on-Tees, Co Durham, said it will even pay for your headstone when you keel over from their gut-buster £23.95 sarnie.

Owner Craig, from Hardwick, scoffed: "Over 100 have tried it and I think there's a handful of people who've managed it.

"The reason we put the free lift for the ambulance is because everyone looks like they're in an absolute food coma afterwards."

The landlord admitted he sees his customers having "meat sweats" when gorging on the whopper.

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And he joked that he's getting his staff trained in how to use defibrillators found on the high street.

The Facebook post reads: "PARMO KEBAB SANDWICH. Over 8,000 calories.

"If anyone has a heart attack while eating this then we will pay for a taxi to the hospital. If someone does pop their clogs then we'll chip in on the headstone. Dig in!"

Tuesday's advertisement for the meal, four times the recommended daily calorie intake for a woman, came on the eve of the biggest NHS ambulance strike in 30 years.

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Responding to the advert, one user chimed: "This looks AMAZING."

Another commented: "I can feel the indigestion. But I’d still eat it."

And a third wrote: "Taxi drivers are not taking heart patients to hospital."

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