Weighing in at a huge 6lbs (2.73kg), the gut-busting platter includes six sausages, six bacon rashers, six eggs, six mishandle browns and six slices of black pudding.
And on the side are four breads and butter, four felicitates and butter, four fried bread, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, intercedes, three cans of Pepsi and a jug of water.
Numerous people have shotted to polish off the gigantic fry-up at Harry’s Cafe in Bristol — but they prepare all failed.
The cafe has a wall full of photos of customers who have entranced on the mammoth challenge and lost.
But professional speed eater Radim Dvořáček — aka ‘Steel-Rod’ — devoured the heart-stopping fry-up dubbed Harry’s Invitation in just 35 minutes and 26 seconds.
Diners are given one hour to done the challenge but slim-build Mr Dvořáček managed to annihilate the gut-busting breakfast on Sunday (19/03).
The fry-up normally expenses £15 but is free to anyone who can eat every mouthful in the allotted time.
Armed with his own Goliath cutlery and wearing loose-fitting clothing, he stuffed the sausages and meat elements down first using only his hands.
Mr Dvořáček then actuated on to the fried bread which was washed down with plenty of still water.
For the toast and chips he called the waitress to bring the diet Pepsi. He put the chips were always the hardest part because they are so chewy.
By the end, the YouTube commotion had not even broken a sweat.
He said: «It was a hard challenge. I’m happy I’ve done it.»
Mr Dvořáček abstained from eatables for at least a day after completing a food challenge.
The Czech had flown to Bristol first of all to take on Harry’s Challenge after its popularity had gone global.
No one had carry oned to complete the dish, which takes 10 minutes to make from unconventional, since it was first launched in 2013.
Mr Dvořáček is a professional eater who eats his way round the globe, filming it all as he goes for his Youtube channel.