11 Stone Halibut

Right time, right plaice? No this is in fact a halibut – and it weighs in at whopping 11 stone. Tipping the scales at 70kg, this rare halibut was line-caught in the deep waters of the North Sea near Shetland, Scotland. Crabhakk restaurant in Glasgow’s west end received the giant fish, and head chef David Scott will turn the massive halibut into fillets, scampi and curry. It will take an entire team to fillet the human-sized beast, which cost the restaurant a staggering £950.

Right time, right plaice? No this is in fact a halibut - and it weighs in at whopping 11 stone. Tipping the scales at 70kg, this rare halibut was line-caught in the deep waters of the North Sea near Shetland, Scotland. Crabhakk restaurant in Glasgow's west end received the giant fish, and head chef David Scott will turn the massive halibut into fillets, scampi and curry. It will take an entire team to fillet the human-sized beast, which cost the restaurant a staggering £950.

Right time, right plaice? No this is in fact a halibut - and it weighs in at whopping 11 stone. Tipping the scales at 70kg, this rare halibut was line-caught in the deep waters of the North Sea near Shetland, Scotland. Crabhakk restaurant in Glasgow's west end received the giant fish, and head chef David Scott will turn the massive halibut into fillets, scampi and curry. It will take an entire team to fillet the human-sized beast, which cost the restaurant a staggering £950.

Right time, right plaice? No this is in fact a halibut - and it weighs in at whopping 11 stone. Tipping the scales at 70kg, this rare halibut was line-caught in the deep waters of the North Sea near Shetland, Scotland. Crabhakk restaurant in Glasgow's west end received the giant fish, and head chef David Scott will turn the massive halibut into fillets, scampi and curry. It will take an entire team to fillet the human-sized beast, which cost the restaurant a staggering £950.

Right time, right plaice? No this is in fact a halibut - and it weighs in at whopping 11 stone. Tipping the scales at 70kg, this rare halibut was line-caught in the deep waters of the North Sea near Shetland, Scotland. Crabhakk restaurant in Glasgow's west end received the giant fish, and head chef David Scott will turn the massive halibut into fillets, scampi and curry. It will take an entire team to fillet the human-sized beast, which cost the restaurant a staggering £950.