Standing at almost two-metres tall and weighing 1.4 tonnes, "Knickers" is unofficially the largest steer in Australia.
But owner Geoff Pearson of Lake Preston in the state's south-west said Knickers was not destined for the barbecue anytime soon.
Giant cattle are not usually found among the internet's stars but seven-year-old Knickers has found viral fame due to his extraordinary size. He's only seven-years-old, but weighs a whopping 1.4 tonnes, or as it's otherwise known, 50-thousand beef patties.
The average size of a Holstein steer is 5ft 4in but Knickers towers over the rest of his herd in Myalup, Western Australia.
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"He was unable to fit into the supply chain so Knickers lives on", he said. "I wouldn't be able to put it through a processing facility", Mr Pearson told Perth Now.
"We have a high turnover of cattle and he was lucky enough to stay behind", said Pearson. "We all know when Knickers is on the move". If he wants to go for a walk, they follow, if he wants to sit down, they wait around for him to get up'.
His unusual name comes from his pairing with a long-departed Brahman steer named Bra - giving the farm a "full set of underwear".