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Would you dare attempt this 4,671 calorie deep-fried munchie box?

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The box is meant for two to four people… could you eat it alone? (Picture: SWNS)

Could you finish this 4,671 calorie munchie box in one sitting?

Were fans of fried food, but even were not brave enough.

The box – called the Govanhill Munchie Box Part Two – is the creation of a British chef living in Australia, called Chris Orr.

Chris has made it his mission to give Australians a taste of Scottish fast food, creating munchie boxes for his restaurant, the Wee Mans Kitchen in Melbourne, Victoria.

His latest work is a massive munch box that he describes as heart attack material.

Coming in at 4,671 calories, the box is a feast of deep fried treats, containing deep-fried pizza, veggie pakora, chips and curry sauce, chicken tikka, two chip shop style sausages, two seekh kebabs, eight hot wings, cheddar coleslaw, plus pink sauce and brown sauce.

The box in its entirety costs $50 (£28). Its designed to feed two if starving, four if yir caring, so we cant recommend tackling it all on your own.

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The box has been a hit.

What's in the box?

  • Deep fried pizza crunch – 700kcal
  • Veggie pakora – 212kcal
  • Chips and curry sauce – 1,080kcal
  • Chicken tikka – 290kcal
  • Two chip shop style sausages – 620kcal
  • Two seekh kebabs 650kcal
  • Eight hot wings – 824kcal
  • Cheddar coleslaw – 181 calories
  • Homemade pink sauce and brown sauce – 114 calories

Chris said: I opened up a restaurant called Wee Mans Kitchen in 2017 in a pub that makes its own beer.

I was thinking about an avenue of what food goes with beer.

Theres quite a lot of fast food here but its more Chinese, Indian and Thai – not so much deep fried.

Scot Chris Orr who has opened a deep fried junk food business in Melbourne, Australia
Look at all that deep-fried goodness (Picture: SWNS)

Chip shop food and kebabs all work well and the munchie box seemed to appeal to groups of people drinking.

At the same time I was making all the deep fried foods like haggis and pakora.

I was quite scared at first because Melbournes quite a healthy place but its been very popular with families and some people come in once a week for one.

Its a fair bit of food and is definitely over 4,000 calories.

Scot Chris Orr who has opened a deep fried junk food business in Melbourne, Australia
Anyone else hungry? (Picture: SWNS)

Its total heart attack material but Im there to pleasure people.

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