A 38-year-old man from Glasgow was hailed an ‘absolute legend’ last night after he carried five pints of beer from a crowded bar to the table where his friends were sitting, sparking calls for him to be knighted, it has emerged.
Bar staff were alerted to the feat after one of the lads in the group began recording the extraordinary accomplishment on his mobile phone.
One of the bar staff told our reporters this morning: “Normally for such a large volume of drinks, it takes two or three people to make that journey.
“However, this guy managed to hold five full pints and navigate his way through a noisy and vibrant crowd before planking the pints on the table where all his mates were. It takes something special to be able to do that.”
Buckingham Palace says they will require video evidence before making a decision but stress a heavy-set man from London has already been recommended for something similar.
Just before Christmas he sat on a bar stool in his local pub, drinking heavily for a total of eight hours, and never broke wind.