A McDonald’s worker has answered to a fan’s request and created a giant burger using six quarter pounder patties.
US-based Josiah Kim, who works at the fast food giant, noticed a comment in his TikTok videos asking for “one pounder burger which is like ten patties”.
To accept the challenge, he filmed the making of the creation and showed the step-to-step guide to his viewers.
Josiah says: “Alright I’ve got six patties, let’s see how they turn out.
“I put them all in a bowl and flatten them out … this thing is huge. It’s probably two pounds but we’ll see how it cooks.”
He seasons the giant beef patty with salt and pepper before bringing it to the grill.
As he lifts the lid open, he removes the charred meat out of the grill and moves on to make a giant bun.
“Now I’m trying to take these four buns and put them in the grill,” Josiah says.
He cuts the buns in half and overlaps the four bottom parts so that the grill could press it into one piece.
While he waits for the top bun, he assembles the burger by adding four cheese slices, onions, ketchup, mustard and pickles.
He adds: “I think this is gonna work. Let me take a bite – the meat is slightly over cooked but overall, that s*** busted!”
McDonald’s fans were drooling over the devilish creation but some joked that this was the reason why their food orders were late.
A viewer said: “I lowkey like watching these McDonald’s videos.”
“Merging the buns on the grill was genius,” a fan wrote.
Another jokingly commented: “And this is why my order takes so long.”
Josiah previously shared a stomach-churning video of how workers cleaned the gunk-filled grill after a day’s cooking.
Many were amazed by the transformation and said the cooking top looked brand new after the deep clean.