Retired Prison Guard Eats His 30000th Big Mac

A Fond du Lac man who holds the world record for

Don Gorske now holds the world record for "most Big Macs consumed"!

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.

Naturally, he's featured in Morgan Spurlock's 2004 film Super Size Me, in which he estimated that "90 percent of [his] solid diet is probably Big Macs".

Rause said that Gorske's passion for the Big Mac is exceptional and has been a loyal customer at the Military Road McDonald's for more than four decades.


Don Gorske, 64, told The Post on Sunday that he has been eating two McDonald's Big Macs every day for the past 46 years - and the only thing he wants to do in retirement is shove even more of them into his mouth.

Over the past 44 years, Gorske has only gone eight days in total without consuming a Big Mac.

Gorske also collects mementos of his Big Mac orders.

Gorske said his cholesterol and blood pressure are normal and he weighs less than he did when he ate his 25,000th Big Mac in 2011. USA Today reports that he has thousands of receipts, sandwich wrappers, and containers. "At my last medical check-up I had low cholesterol and my blood pressure was flawless".

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