Death row killer ordered massive 29,000 calorie final meal thought to be the biggest one ever

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Gary Carl Simmons Jr’s final meal was a staggering display of excess, totaling a shocking 29,000 calories.

For most of us, contemplating our last meal is a distant and morbid thought, one we hope never to face. Let’s hope you continue to enjoy many more satisfying meals.

However, for Gary Carl Simmons Jr, a death row inmate executed in 2012 for the murder of Jeffrey Wolfe, the choice was clear, and he spared no extravagance in his final culinary request.

Dubbed ‘the Butcher’ for his gruesome crime of dismembering Wolfe and feeding him to alligators in 1996, Simmons approached his last meal with a gluttonous fervor, creating what might be considered the most extravagant death row meal ever.

His final feast consisted of an assortment of dishes, enough to satiate multiple appetites. Here’s what Simmons indulged in:

  • One Pizza Hut medium Super Supreme Deep Dish pizza (double portion) with mushrooms, onions, jalapeño peppers, and pepperoni.
  • A regular portion pizza with three cheeses, olives, bell pepper, tomato, garlic, and Italian sausage.
  • Ten 8-oz. packs of Parmesan cheese and ten 8-oz. packs of ranch dressing.
  • One family size pack of Doritos nacho cheese flavor and 8 oz. jalapeño nacho cheese.
  • 4 oz. sliced jalapeños.
  • Two large strawberry shakes and two 20-oz. cherry Cokes.
  • One super-size order of McDonald’s fries with extra ketchup and mayonnaise.
  • Two pints of strawberry ice cream.

It’s hard to fathom the discomfort Simmons may have experienced the following day, but given the circumstances, he likely wasn’t concerned about stomach aches or heartburn.

Simmons met his fate via lethal injection at 6 pm on June 20, 2012. He reportedly consumed half of his meal 90 minutes before his execution, sampling a bit of everything except for the chips. Whether he managed to finish the rest of his extravagant feast remains unknown.

At the time of his execution, Simmons was 49 years old, leaving behind a legacy of excess and infamy.

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