There's nothing like tucking into a nice, hearty meal after a hard, rewarding workout. So can you imagine how fulfilling it must feel to finally give yourself a pass on junk food if you've been working out with no cheat meals for months on end?
Congratulations to Australian badminton player Sawan Serasinghe, who recently concluded his 2016 Rio Olympics campaign. While he unfortunately lost to Chinese Taipai on August 13, he’s definitely winning in the Feast Mode championships.
Behold the epic McDonald’s feast he posted to his Facebook page:
We can make out six burgers, four boxes of Chicken McNuggets, six orders of french fries and six cakes, not to mention various dipping sauces and what looks like a smoothie.
"Can't wait to go back home to start training and keep on improving!" Serasinghe wrote on his Facebook post. "Just want to say thanks again to everyone back home for the [ongoing] support. Definitely motivated me to fight hard on court everyday."
"Now it's time to eat some junk food after months of eating clean!"
As reported by Mashable, Serasinghe is just one of many Olympians who go on fast-food binges after completing their Olympic campaigns. Australian swimmer Melanie Wright says there’s even a McDonald’s in the athletes' village that gives massive amounts of food away for free to Olympians after their sports are finished.
Additionally, according to his biography, Usain Bolt (the world record-breaking sprinter) admitted to gorging on 1,000 chicken nuggets in 10 days spent at the Beijing Olympics.
What would you choose for your cheat meal?