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We understand that they say "Have It Your Way" at BK, but there ARE limits.
Last night, 32-year-old Shawn Porter was arrested after he "jokingly" attempted to order a "blunt and some herbs" at a Burger King in Deltona, Florida.
The BK cashier reportedly smelled marijuana coming from the jokester's car, wrote down the license plate #, and then called the police.
When Porter returned to his house, a deputy was waiting for him…and then arrested the man for drug possession after finding 28 grams of marijuana in his car.
…And that's why U don't order drugs at Burger King!
This is truly upsetting!
At a Detroit Burger King, a 20-year-old employee got in an argument with a 67-year-old customer, and punched him, which later resulted in his death.
According to Police spokeswoman Yvette Walker, the customer tried to hit the employee first, but the employee hit back…hard.
Reports say that the punch might have caused the man to choke on his dentures.
The 67-year-old man died at a hospital, following the incident. An autopsy will be performed to identify the exact cause of death.
We cannot express enough how sad and disturbing this is!
Our thoughts go out to the BK customer's friends and family.
We’re not quite sure how we feel about this, but apparently America needs more hamburgers.
Or at least that’s what Burger King would have you believe, as they just opened the first ever BK Whopper Bar in Times Square. The restaurant features meaty concoctions such as “The Meat Beast Whopper” (which clocks in at 1,250 calories) and the “California Whopper,” which substitutes ketchup with avocados.
If that’s not enough, they will be rolling out “The New York Pizza Burger” next month. This is what you’re in for if you dare to order it:
“Four quarter-pound Whopper patties lay on top of a nine-and-a-half inch sesame seed bun. The burgers are then covered in pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, marinara and Tuscan pesto sauce.”
We recommend caution with these burgers if you’re watching your figure or are in the mood to avoid cardiac arrest.