You may want to encourage all of your employees to avoid business lunches at this establishment — an eatery that literally lives up to its name.
The establishment is a Las Vegas-based restaurant called The Heart Attack Grill that made national news recently when a customer had a heart attack during his meal.
Could happen anywhere, right? True. Of course, it’s more likely to occur when someone is digging into a 6,000 calorie sandwich dubbed the “Triple Bypass Burger.” Some of the other aptly named items on The Heart Attack Grill’s menu:
- “Flatliner Fries,” and
- “ButterFat Shakes,”
The restaurant advertises that anyone weighing over 350 pounds eats for free, and all of its customers must donn a hospital gown while dining.
While skeptics were quick to claim the heart attack via Triple Bypass Burger was a publicity stunt, medical authorities have since confirmed that it’s legit.