1000 Bacon Strip Whopper: Japan Burger King Offers Bacon Bargain [VIDEO]
By IBTimes Staff Reporter | April 21, 2012 5:50 AM EST
Burger King in Japan offered a promotion in which anyone could add 15 pieces of bacon to a burger for only 110 Yen ($1.24), which convinced one Japanese man to attempt to eat a Whopper with 1,050 strips of bacon.
This would obviously be too tall an order for most, and it's no shock that this man cannot finish his massive burger and runs for the bathroom.
Others had similar ideas. Rocket News 24 sent a reporter to order and consume a Whopper with 105 strips of bacon. They joke that the CIA created the Big Bacon Deal to undermine Japan by poisoning its people with cheap junk food.
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