A popular online game proved hugely successful when it arrived at a city Wetherspoon pub.

The Wetherspoons Game sees people post their location and table number to a Facebook group - which has 650,000 members - to see what strange concoction of drinks and food arrives, paid for by strangers online via the company's table service app.

The group was launched by Chris Illman, who now tours the UK popping up at different Wetherspoon pubs, who plays the game to have food donated to charities in that area which mainly help the homeless and vulnerable.

Norwich Evening News: 300 Easter eggs were also donated by the public as part of the event300 Easter eggs were also donated by the public as part of the event (Image: Anon Street Team)

On Easter Sunday, Chris partnered with Anon Street Team and The Bell Hotel in Orford Hill to gather meals for those in need.

As part of the experience, 300 burger meals were donated by members of the public in a record-breaking 15 minutes and 53 seconds.

There were also 1,600 snacks ordered, 300 Easter eggs and around 600 items from the charity's Amazon Wishlist.

Norwich Evening News: The food was donated to hostels as well as those spending the night on the streetsThe food was donated to hostels as well as those spending the night on the streets (Image: Anon Street Team)

Hannah Baldry, an Anon Street Team fundraiser, said: "We usually feed 70 to 100 homeless and vulnerable people each Sunday anyway, but to get 300 meals in one evening was absolutely incredible, and in such a record time!

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"It shows how generous people are in times of need which really warms your heart."

Norwich Evening News: The Bell Hotel was the location for the eventThe Bell Hotel was the location for the event (Image: Anon Street Food)

The team at FABB (Food and Beverage Buddies) then helped the charity distribute the meals.

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Anon Street Team is a grassroots volunteer organisation set up in 2013 that provides food, clothes, toiletries and equipment including tents and sleeping bags to the homeless and vulnerable in Norwich.

Despite the success of The Wetherspoons Game, Anon has seen the numbers of those living on the streets of Norwich continue to increase.

Team leader Elissa Manzi said: "While the Wetherspoons event was a real success, the number of homeless people we work with is growing and there is a real need for more volunteers to support with cooking and supermarket collections, as well as donations of clothes and food."