- Michelle Lesco, a competitive eater from Arizona, United States, has just made it to the Guinness World Records.
- She consumed over 3 jars of mayonnaise in 3 minutes.
- She also holds two other eating records in Guinness.
A woman from Arizona has managed to set a world record because of her huge love of mayonnaise. Michelle Lesco showed everyone how much of a mayo monster she is by consuming more than 3 jars of the cold condiment – in just 3 minutes!
According to reports, the Guinness world Records has confirmed that Lesco ate up a total of 2,488 grams of mayo, which is equivalent to 3 and 1/2 jars.
Impressive or gross? Arizona’s Michelle Lesco just set a world record by consuming over 3 jars of mayonnaise.
A math teacher by profession, Lesco demonstrated how she effortlessly devoured mayo spoon after spoon after spoon. And considering that she only stands at 5’4″, we couldn’t help but be amazed how she is a competitive eater in the first place!
In an interview with Guinness, Michelle shared about this pointing out that “the biggest misconception about competitive eating is that all of us are like 500 pounds and 10 feet tall.”
As she has effectively proven, this, of course, is not always the case.
In fact, Lesco holds two more world records in eating namely the fastest time to eat one bowl of pasta at 26.69 seconds and the fastest time to eat a hotdog without holding it at 21.60 seconds.
According to Lesco, all these achievement only became possible because of her fast metabolism. That’s why she’s able to consume large quantities of food in no time. Plus, of course, she makes sure she often gets the opportunity to practice her skills.
Still can’t believe it? Well why don’t you just check out the footage below and prepare to be amazed.
Watch the video here and see for yourself:
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