A restaurant in Arizona, USA, is being criticised for championing artery-clogging food. With a motto of “Taste worth dying for!”, the Heart Attack Grill greets customers at the door with a health warning sign. (A BIG thanks to Glen & Em)
Inside, customers are called “patients” and waitresses are dressed as sexy nurses. The burgers are named after open-heart surgical procedures and boast between 1/2lb – 2lb (226g – 900g) of beef. Other menu items include Flatliner Fries (cooked in lard), cigarettes without filters, booze and beer.
The Quadruple Bypass Burger contains a whopping 8,000 calories – anyone who survives eating one gets taken to their car in a wheelchair, pushed by the nurse of their choice.