导读：究竟有多少食客可以在不到一小时的时间里完成如同婴儿般大小的煎火腿鸡蛋早餐呢？这几乎被认为是一项不可能的任务。但是现在，有一个人饥饿到足以迎接这一巨大的挑战。Robert Pinto不仅在规定时间内吃光了盘子里的食物，他继而将盘子清理得干干净净，总共花了 26分钟的时间吸收了6000卡路里热量。
It was thought to be an impossible feat - and perhaps a foolhardy one at that: Just how many diners could consume a fry-up the size of a baby in under an hour?
But it would seem one diner was man enough - and hungry enough - to take on the Kidz Breakfast culinary challenge.
Not only did Robert Pinto step up to the plate - he then proceeded to clear it in record time as he munched his way through 6,000 calories in 26 minutes.
Greasy spoon Jesters Diner in Southtown, Great Yarmouth, offers the £15 meal for free to anyone who can finish it in under an hour.
Described as a 'heart attack on a plate', the 9lb Kidz Breakfast - named so because it weighs more than an average-sized newborn baby - was slammed by health campaigners for its size and high calorie content.
The jumbo meal - consisting of 12 bacon rashers, 12 sausages, six eggs, four slices of black pudding, four slices of bread and butter, four slices of toast, four slices of fried bread, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, saute potatoes and an EIGHT egg cheese and potato omelette - is the calorific equivalent of two Christmas dinners or 12 Big Macs.
However, it was no match for Mr Pinto, who is already a record-breaking breakfast eater.
Surprisingly slim diner Mr Pinto travelled 125 miles from his home in Rutland to polish off the whopping fry up.
It's not the first time he's faced such a huge adversary - the 39-year-old holds the Guinness World Record for demolishing another big breakfast at Mario's Cafe, in Bolton, in November 2011.
It took him just eight minutes and 46 seconds to finish that one. And last October he also managed to eat another behemoth breakfast in 13 minutes at the Hungry Hossee, in Corby, Northamptonshire.
However the Kidz Breakfast was Mr Pinto's toughest challenge yet.
He said: 'It was a heart attack on a plate, to be honest it was pretty difficult especially with the fried bread which was literally covered in fat.
'I always knew it could be done, but I don't think anyone else could do it, that shows by the fact it took me the longest to eat out of all the ones I have done.
'When I first saw it, I thought "that looks pretty big", and I didn't know where to start, there was a lot of potato and it was quite dry compared to the others which I think is the reason why it took longer.
'I do have a system, I try to use the bread to make little sandwiches filled with the other ingredients and that helps it go down better.'
Mr Pinto admitted his mammoth breakfast bashing does take its toll in the bathroom afterwards.
He added: 'It can be quite painful. But after I had that on Monday I went for five-mile run, went down the gym and had a swim, you have to keep healthy.
'It's all about the fruit and veg for me now for the rest of the week.'
Despite earning his free meal fair and square, he said he will donate the cost of the breakfast to a local heart charity.
Martin Smith, the 42-year-old owner of Jesters Diner, said he always knew it could be done.
He said: 'Everyone said "no one is ever going to do it". I was not being realistic, but I knew someone could.
'If you eat it in the right order and have a system you can tackle it, Robert did say he was fairly full though.'
Mr Smith, who lives in Lowestoft with his wife Karen, 40, and three children, 20-year-old Matthew, Tia, 11, and seven-year-old Shelby has been running Jesters Diner since 1996.
He said: 'There are lots of different dishes on our menu and the Kidz Breakfast is pretty popular considering how large it is. We sell between two or three a week.
'Some people have asked why we don't serve tea or coffee with the breakfast. But these drinks contain caffeine which is very bad for you so we chose not to include them in the deal.'
Last week health experts demanded the breakfast be removed from Jesters' menu and warned that someone with a heart condition could die if they ate the whole 6,000-calorie meal - up to three days' food intake for an average person.
Ellie Hambling, from HeartCare Cardiac Support Group, said: 'It would absolutely ruin your heart. It’s a no-goer I’m afraid.'
Prof David Haslam, from the National Obesity Forum, warned it 'is possible' someone could die after eating the meal in a single sitting, but added it was 'very unlikely'.
He said eating the breakfast was 'dangerous' and 'profoundly wrong' and could lead to diabetes, heart disease and a stroke.
Prof Haslam added the diner should take responsibility by 'taking it off the market'.
The breakfast has not yet been assessed by Guinness World Records, but according to records would take the title of the largest commercially available English breakfast.
The current holder, as of 1 December 2009, could be bought at Mario’s Cafe Bar in Westhoughton, Bolton, weighing an average of 6lb 7oz.
Mr Smith said: 'We kept getting hassled that our Fat Boy Breakfast wasn’t big enough so we decided that we’d go one stage further and take it to the ultimate.'
He added: 'Obviously this is not something that should be attempted lightly. We don’t particularly recommend it. It’s just a bit of fun really.'
The diner owner has refused to take his big breakfast off the menu but has agreed to help raise money for the HeartCare charity.