An American football fan was caught on camera wolfing down a huge tub of mayonnaise.
The Georgia Bulldogs and Clemson Tigers clashed on the opening day of the college football season – dubbed as the Duke's Mayo Classic.
All eyes were on the fan as he scoffed the sauce and received plenty of cheers in the process.
He stuffed the condiment into his mouth at an alarming speed, seemingly sparing no time to take a breath.
Some of it ended up around his mouth rather than in it, but the crowd lapped up the bizarre feat regardless.
Barstool Sports uploaded the stomach-churning moment to their Instagram account and fans were sickened by what they witnessed.
One commented: “Please delete. I just puked watching this”, while another wrote: “This was not something that needed to be on my timeline.”
A third user added: "There's weird, then there's this."
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Georgia would get their campaign off to a flying start as they defeated Clemson 10-3 at the Bank of America Stadium in North Carolina.
Another supporter perhaps took things a little further, as he poured a giant tub of mayonnaise over his head.
Celebrating outside the stadium, College GameDay’s Twitter account posted a clip of the animated fan who rubbed the mayo into his face and bare torso, while shouting and cheering in front of a fellow group of fans.
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The Tigers and Bulldogs compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
The Alabama Crimson Tide are the current champions and are aiming to defend their title this year.
They couldn’t have asked for a better start, as they dispatched the Miami Hurricanes by 44 points to 13 at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Georgia last weekend.
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