A group of chefs in Turkey have rustled up what could be the ultimate late-night indulgence; the world's largest doner kebab.
Weighing 1,198 kilos and made from the meat of seven cows, the hefty snack set a new Guinness World Record.
The kebab was prepared by ten cooks in the Turkish capital Ankara.
The meat had to be held in place by scaffolding while it was measured.
Once its status as the world's largest doner had been confirmed, it was carved up and made into sandwiches.
The doner kebab is said to have been invented in Berlin in 1971, when a Turkish snack stall holder came up with the idea of putting the meat inside a pitta bread.