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By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An Albany man tried to eat a six-foot long Subway sandwich right by himself Monday night.

It's actually 16 foot-longs woven together. 21-year-old Josh Quattlebaumb made a bet with his friends. They didn't think he could eat the whole thing.

Quattlebaumb spent around $64  for a cold cut trio that Subway says normally feeds between 20 and 25 people.

People cheered him on and took pictures has he attempts to down the whole thing.

"I'm going to stay here until I finish the whole thing," said Josh Quattlebaumb.

Quattlebaumb ate a little more than two-thirds of the giant sandwich.  He says he did get sick. He blames the cucumbers.

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