Man dies eating 50 eggs in bizarre food bet after argument with friend

A man has died after a bizarre 50-egg food eating challenge as a bet with a friend went horribly wrong.

Subhash Yadav, 42, left home on Monday morning to stroll around Biniganji market in India and snack on eggs with a friend.

Shortly after the pair arrived an argument broke out between Yadav and the unidentified mate.

In a bid to settle the quibble the pair decided to challenge one another to eat 50 eggs.

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The winner of the bet would win the fight and 2,000 Indian Rupees – about £21.

The 42-year-old managed to successfully gobble 41 eggs before he started to feel queasy on the 42nd egg.

Witnesses claim Yadav suddenly dropped to the ground and passed out unconscious.

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Locals rallied around the man and rushed him to the district hospital where he was referred to urgent care.

Yadav was treated at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences but died hours later in hospital.

Tragically, doctors ruled Yadav's premature death was as a result of overeating.

Police have confirmed there are no further lines of enquiry but family members have refused to comment.

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Yadav isn't the first person to die an untimely food-related death.

Junk food lover Travis Malouff, 42, died in 2017 after his airway became blocked during a Texas Charity Competition.

Competitors at the Voodoo Doughnut shop in Denver, Colorado were tasked with consuming a half-pound doughnut – the equivalent of six regular doughnuts.

Despite his best efforts, the treat was all too much for Mr Malouff who collapsed – and died – while holding the doughnut.

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