Joey Chestnut eats popcorn during his record breaking attempt.
Gulf Today Report
Joey Chestnut broke the record for eating popcorn, which was previously recorded in a competition held in Las Vegas, USA, in 2021.
Chestnut devoured 32 cans of popcorn, each weighing nearly 600 grammes, in only 8 minutes.
About the plan he followed to devour this large amount of popcorn in a short time, Chestnut said: “I was keen to drink water to chew the popcorn quickly, and then add a new amount after that, and so on,” according to the UPI news agency.
Chestnut added, "I felt a pain in my throat due to chewing, but I overcame the problem by drinking water."
It is worth noting that Chestnut previously won several fast-eating competitions such as "hot dogs."
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