It’s a meaty scenario.
Burger King Thailand — which lately went viral for providing an especially literal “cheeseburger,” consisting of nothing greater than 20 slices of American processed — is again within the information once more with one other Whopper of a social media stunt.
Say good day to the “Real Meat Burger” — three patties on a bun, no frills. No pickles, onions, lettuce, ketchup, cheese — nothing. And if three plain patties isn’t sufficient, clients can add as many extras as they need — for a worth.
The model’s official Thailand social channels posted variations of the brand new merchandise, with one that includes a whopping 100 patties, which Thai meals blogger Believe Me, I Already Ate (เชื่อกู กูแดกมาแล้ว) took on, Today reported.
According to the blogger, who posted a video chronicling his profitable try to order the sandwich, the 100-patty burger price him 10,039 baht (about $291.51).
Available solely in Thailand, clients can purchase the essential, three patty meat-wich for 339 baht (about $9.79). Extra patties are an extra 100 baht (about $2.89) every.
The chain is clearly keen to breed the viral success of the so-called “Real Cheese Burger,” introduced on July 17. Since then, Burger King Thailand’s social media crew have been joking with followers about different equally absurd sandwich concepts. Each new creation targeted on only one burger topping: the “actual pickle burger,” “actual tomato burger,” “actual onion burger,” “actual lettuce burger” and “actual bun burger.”
The charade has continued because the chain launched extra burgers within the feedback: the “actual sauce burger,” “actual mayonnaise burger,” “actual sesame burger” and “actual BBQ burger.”
The Real Meat Burger, nevertheless, which seems to have been created in response to a critical fan request, is not any joke.
Burger King advertising groups in numerous international locations have positively been having it their means these days — Burger King Brazil despatched shockwaves across the globe after debuting a limited-edition pink “Barbie” burger, in honor of the blockbuster movie.
“I can already really feel the abdomen pains,” one doubtful follower snarked.