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220-stone Australian steer 'Knickers' spared from the barbecue because it is too big to fit in abattoir
Almost as tall as Michael Jordan and weighing more than a small car, Australia’s biggest steer has enough meat on him to make 3,000 beef patties. But “Knickers” has been spared from the barbeque after