HEREFORD'S Beefy Boys visited Worcester with a pop-up van serving takeaway burgers.

They set up shop in the car park of the Bull Inn in Fernhill Heath on the outskirsts of the city and were serving their classic burgers from 3pm on Sunday.

Facebook users were over the moon at their appearance, with many tagging friends in the post on the Beefy Boys page, with the hope of catching them while they were still open.

Facebook user Su Hemming, said: "Just about survived the Hell Boy", which is a signature burger on the menu.

Katy Harper added: "You need one of these burgers in your life!"

Adam Zikking wanted to get in on the action, asking, "Can you guys please come to Malvern one night?"

Olly Spencer was not as lucky, saying, "Can't believe I did not see this until the following day."

The Beefy Boys Meat Boutique opened their restaurant in Hereford's Old Market in 2016. They also now have a branch in Shrewsbury.

They began as four amatuer cooks who shared a passion for American- style burgers and BBQ, eventually entering the 2014 Grillstock competition in Bristol, where they won best burger.

The restaurant went on to represent the UK in 2015, at the World Food Championships in Las Vegas, where their burger finished second out of 50.

This weekend, they are taking their pop-up van to the Gloucester Quays' festive orchard street market.

They will be open from 10am till 6pm on Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sunday. 

For more information on events ran by the Beefy Boys, visit here.