Woman quits her job to eat McDonald’s and Chinese takeaway on YouTube

A woman has quit her full-time job to pursue a career on YouTube eating McDonald's, Chinese takeaways, Greggs and Pizza Hut.

Charna Rowley, from London, films herself consuming around 5,5000 calories in a sitting and up to 40,000 people tune in to watch her tuck into a meal.

This unique type of video is known as Mukbang and is a trend that originated in South Korea, where people talk to their audience while binging on food.

In order to spend more time making these videos, Charna has decided to quit her job as an admin worker.

The 22-year-old now works part-time at a warehouse in order to support herself while on her YouTube journey.

She has no plans to stop eating on camera and her "ultimate aim" is to work her way up to eating 10,000 calories in one go.

"I've just got to show how confident I am," she says. "I might get something stuck in my tooth or around my mouth but people love how funny I am.

"I have the negative ones, telling me how fat I am, how I could be pretty if I try not to eat so much but most of the time I just don't answer."

Charna shares her videos on her channel Charnation and often eats alongside her partner.

She makes two half-an-hour videos each week and has so far spent around £1,000 funding the footage.

Her biggest hit was a video of her eating a Chinese takeaway, complete with chicken balls, special friend rice, special chow mein, chips, prawn crackers, vegetable spring rolls and curry sauce.

The video has been viewed over 48,000 times so far.

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