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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Here's the real whopper: Burger King unveils the 1160-calorie Meat Monster

(By Daniel Bates, UK Mail Online) - It contains more salt than four bags of crisps and will take you two hours to jog it off - but you’ll definitely be full afterwards.

Burger King's newest invention is the ‘Meat Monster’, a burger which clocks in at a gut-busting 1160 calories

It is made up of two hamburgers, a chicken breast fillet, two slices of processed cheese, three rashers of bacon and all the trimmings served between two white baps.

Monstrous creation: Burger King's latest offering includes two hamburgers, a chicken fillet and bacon - and weighs in at 1160 calories (UK Mail Online)


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