Fatal food: The Heart Attack Grill
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Obesity is a problem, especially in the US! But one restaurant has made the health problems of over-eating its selling point. The Heart Attack Grill (located in Arizona and Texas) revels in the joys of unhealthy eating.
The eatery is hospital themed with scantily clad ‘nurses’ serving up such culinary delights as the Quadruple Bypass Burger® (quoted as having around 8,000 calories) and Flatliner Fries® (cooked in pure lard). Why not wash it down Butterfat Milkshakes® or full sugar Coca-Cola®.
Founded in December of 2005 by Dr. Jon, a non AMA recognized physician. He has been glorified as the freedom fighting arch enemy of political correctness by some, and demonized as a charlatan "nutritional pornographer" by others, Dr. Jon can be found each day, at the griddle, actually flipping hamburgers in his white doctor's lab coat and stethoscope.
Unsurprisingly, The Heart Attack Grill is not exactly a favourite of health workers in the US. If you weigh over 350 pounds you can eat for free and the restaurants obese ‘spokesman’ and star of their popular adverts Blair River died at the age of just 29.