Guinness World Records holder Wisconsin man eats 30000th McDonald's hamburger

Guinness World Records holder Wisconsin man eats 30000th McDonald's hamburger

Per Wisconsin's Fond du Lac Reporter, Gorske - who holds the Guinness World Record for Most Big Macs Consumed - ate his landmark burger at the same McDonald's franchise where he first tried the menu item back in the early 1970s.

Gorske told WFRV that he's eaten at least one Big Mac a day since then. Another day he missed was the day his mother died.

The former prison guard has obsessive-compulsive disorder and a very detailed memory, which has helped him keep track of all the details and records that prove his Big Mac habit. When a tornado tore the soffits from his home on June 2, 1990, Don says he lost about 700 Styrofoam containers.

He said his cholesterol and blood pressure are normal and he weighs five pounds less than he did in 2011 when he ate his 25,000 Big Mac. Big Macs account for 90 to 95 percent of his diet.

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Gorske also collects mementos of his Big Mac orders.

Don Gorske is tall and thin with a graying ponytail.

Gorske has appeared on the "Rachael Ray Show", "Jimmy Kimmel", "Lopez Tonight", "I've Got a Secret", "Oprah" and "Inside Edition".

Indeed, Gorske reports that there have only been eight days during which he didn't eat a Big Mac that entire time: once because an intense snowstorm stopped him from reaching McDonald's, and once on the day in 1988 when his mother died.

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