Diner At Heart Attack Grill Has Heart Attack Eating Triple Bypass Burger
The Heart Attack Grill is a restaurant chain that makes light of their tremendously unhealthy menu items. They see it as a badge of honor. They may rethink this strategy after a patron of the Las Vegas location suffered a heart attack while eating the Triple Bypass Burger.
Meals can exceed 8,000 calories. The recommended daily intake is 2,000 calories for women and 2,500 for men.
The Triple Bypass Burger contains three slabs of meat, 12 rashes of bacon, cheese, red onion, sliced tomato and the Heart Attack Grill's own 'unique special sauce'. And that's before taking into account the accompanying 'Flatliner Fries', cooked in pure lard, and a giant soft drink.
Accentuating the medical theme, waitresses dressed as nurses deliver the artery-clogging food. A sign at the entrance to an Arizona restaurant reads: 'Go away. If you come in this place, it’s going to kill you.'
As a sign of the times, when this gentleman suffered his heart attack other patrons were quick to whip out whatever recording device they had available to document the poor man's plight.