A British strongman who held 14 world records has died at the age of 47 after eating 28 raw eggs and six jacket potatoes a day.
Simon 'Power' Plant had been in training to pull a 19-ton fire engine hitched to an ambulance.
He had recently lost six stone after his weight had jumped up to 26 stone as part of his extreme diet designed to put on muscle mass.
The father-of-one, from Findern in Derbyshire, died from natural causes.
In a statement, his wife Danielle said: 'We all thought he was invincible. When he went out for these efforts, I always knew he would do them.'
The plasterer's latest record-breaking feat came in the summer, when he used just one arm to pull a double-decker bus carrying 76 passengers and a dog.
'It is good training to swing it around for five hours a day at work. But I also eat lots of jacket potatoes and meat to keep my strength up.'
He training regime saw him eat a large breakfast of more than two dozen raw eggs before dragging his Transit van along the road outside his home.