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Beau Chevassus Visits Jack In The Box, Creates $38 ‘Kraken’ Burger [Video]

Beau Chevassus, a burger enthusiast from Enumclaw, Washington, has created a $38 burger from Jack in the Box, that weighed in at over 9,000 calories.

Chevassus has claimed that it is the most expensive fast-food burger ever assembled, and he decided to record the entire incident from his car, which begins with him ordering the burgers from the drive-thru window.

Chevassus states the rules for his order in the video, remarking, “This has to be a real, stackable burger, We’re not just going to get a bunch of random ingredients and throw them in a bucket – that’s not a hamburger.”

The employees at the Jack in the Box soon started to assist Chevassus in his order, and went along with his mammoth request.

All in all, Chevassus created his masterpiece, which he named the ‘Kraken’ burger, by using 20 extra burgers, alongside chicken, spicy chicken, two fried eggs, extra ham, sausage, grilled onions, regular onions, five types of cheese, and onion rings too. He was also given a Jack in the Box antenna too.

He also wasn’t too certain about the name, admitting that he has also called the burger “The Leaning Tower of Meatsa” and “Jack and the Burgerstalk.”

Chevassus told ABC News, “It’s good fun and I wanted to see if it could be done. I thought my heart was going a little too fast and I needed to slow it down with something like this.”

The final bill for Chevassus’ monstrosity was $38.23. He told KOMO News, “They actually had to hand it to me horizontally to fit it into the vehicle.” Chevassus admits that he wasn’t able to eat it all in one sitting and that he believes that it was around 9,000 calories, although he admits that is only a estimate.

Previously, Chevassus created a $47.30 Quadriginoctuple Frap at Starbucks, which consisted of a 48-shot mocha Frappuccino soy, mocha drizzle, matcha powder, protein powder, caramel brûlée topping, strawberries, two bananas, caramel drizzle, Frappuccino chips, and vanilla bean.

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