A huge meat dish weighing more than 280 kg and stretching more than 80 square meters has been unveiled in Spain, gaining The Guinness World Records' title.
The Largest serving of Cecina has been achieved by Consejo Regulador Indicación Geográfica Protegida (IGP) Cecina de León with the final dish weighing 283.10 kg (624 lb 2 oz) and covering more than 80 square meters.
Cecina de León is beef that has been cured for at least seven months through a process of salting, washing, settling and drying before it's sliced thinly and eaten raw.
67 professional carvers used a traditional León technique to cut the cecina at an event organised by the Consejo Regulador IGP Cecina de León to promote the regional delicacy.
The event was held in Plaza de la Regla, in front of the León Cathedral.
After the record had been confirmed, the Cecina was collected and sold to the public with the money earned distributed by the city council to local charities.