Protesters have threatened to picket the grand opening of notorious fast food restaurant The Heart Attack Grill by offering apples and health advice to would be gluttons./facepalm
The first Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Arizona gained nationwide attention after its founder, former Jenny Craig organiser Jon Basso, ran a series of tongue-in-cheek commercials.Personally, it wouldn’t be my first choice, as I found the portion sizes in even normal US restaurants just far too big, but hey, if people want to eat there, who is anyone else to stop them?
The soon to be chain sells calorie laden fare with names such as Quadruple Bypass Burgers and Flatline Fries.
Waitresses dressed in skimpy nurse outfits serve customers dressed in hospital gowns wearing medical bracelets.
In keeping with the medical theme, the entrees are described as anti-arterial and suggestions for a visit include bringing a defibriliator.
Inside and out, the restaurant makes no bones about the potentially life threatening nature of its food, with a sign at the entrance which reads: 'Go away. If you come in this place, it’s going to kill you.'
And I can’t think of anything that’s make me want to eat there more than a bunch of po-raced Righteous loons parading outside with placards…