‘The boys had to be fed’: Cheeky punters take a left behind meat tray and cook it on a pub’s gas heaters
- Punters seasoned a left behind meat tray and cooked it on a pub’s gas heaters
- Importer Beau Rumple, 36, came up with the ingenious idea on a ‘boys night out’
- A bouncer heard the sizzling but thought it was just rain pattering on the roof
Cheeky punters have cooked a left over meat tray on a pub’s gas heaters in a hilarious video.
Importer Beau Rumple, 36, and his mates Sean, Megsy and Kohei were on a boys night out when he came up with the ingenious idea at Belrose Hotel in Sydney’s Northern Beaches on Saturday night.
‘One of the old boys won the meat tray and left it behind so we decided to make the most out of it,’ Mr Rumple told Daily Mail Australia.
‘The boys had to be fed.’
Importer Beau Rumple (pictured second from left), 36, and his mates were on a boys night out when he came up with the ingenious idea at Belrose Hotel in Sydney on Saturday night
Mr Rumple and his friends seasoned lamb chops and pork sausages with olive oil, salt and pepper left on the table before sizzling them on the gas heater.
‘It was fantastic, the best I’ve ever had,’ Mr Rumple, who can be seen in the video chomping down on a lamb chop, said.
‘The bouncer came out and could hear sizzling. He asked if anyone else could hear it raining.’
There was a bread roll on the table, which could have been used for a sausage sandwich, but Mr Rumple and his friends stuck to just meat because they’re ‘purists’.
Beau’s 15 minute meals: Mr Rumple and his friends seasoned lamb chops and pork sausages with olive oil, salt and pepper left on the table before sizzling them on the gas heater
A bouncer at the Belrose Hotel (pictured) thought the sound of sizzling meat was rain pattering
Mr Rumple regularly works out at the gym and appreciated the free source of protein.
He said he has a different recipe in mind for his next 15-minute meal.
‘Mate, if you look at the top of the gas heater it looks like an upside down wok,’ Mr Rumple said.
‘So next time we’re doing a stir fry.’
Belrose Hotel told Daily Mail Australia they were not aware that the gas heaters were used to cook meat.
Mr Rumple (pictured) said the free, unconventionally cooked meat was ‘the best he ever had’