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Tulsa Fire Department Defeats City Officers In Charity Rib Eating Contest

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A contestant participates in the rib eating contest Friday. A contestant participates in the rib eating contest Friday.
A Tulsa Police officer competes in the rib eating challenge at Texas Roadhouse Friday. A Tulsa Police officer competes in the rib eating challenge at Texas Roadhouse Friday.

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TULSA, Oklahoma – The Tulsa Fire Department took on the Tulsa Police department in a rib eating contest Friday afternoon.

Five firefighters, including Kyle Younger, who recently competed in the "Man V. Food Nation" pizza challenge, and five police officers competed to see who could eat the most ribs at Texas Roadhouse.

6/15/2011 Related Story: Tulsa Firefighter Defeats 'Man V. Food Nation' Challenge

The fire department won the challenge and will receive a free feast courtesy of Texas Roadhouse.

Each department was representing a charity of their choice. On Monday, June 27, 2011, Texas Roadhouse will donate ten percent of its total sales to the charities.

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