In what may be considered an eyebrow-raising move, Burger King Japan has announced a limited-time Whopper with ice shavings as part of a new summer meal.
The new Whopper, which has been dubbed the “Ice Whopper,” will be released as part of a limited-time special “Natsukoi Set” (“Summer Love Set“) on Aug. 19 and Aug. 20. Included in the set is an “ice bottle,” which is essentially a frozen bottle of Coca-Cola, according to PR Times via SoraNews24.
Japanese Burger Kings are offering customers the option to substitute their french fries with dried ramen snacks amid a global potato shortage.
Japan is among the many countries to experience potato shortages, as a result of supply chain interruptions and declines in demand amid the pandemic and weather issues in recent months.
Burger King Taiwan just made its April Fools’ joke a reality after releasing a Whopper slathered in Hershey’s chocolate syrup.
The American brand’s Taiwan branch released the Hershey’s Chocolate Whopper as a one-day offer in Tainan on Sept. 1, according to Kotaku.
Burger King Indonesia has slammed an online skeptic for questioning why the company hired a deaf person to be an order taker.
Twitter user Lucas criticized Burger King’s intention to hire deaf employees at its branch in Jalan Sunset in Kuta, Bali to join their cashiers and order takers team, according to Bored Panda.
Burger King New Zealand has earned the ire of many Asian netizens for an ad that many have found to be racially insensitive.
The ad, posted by Burger King’s New Zealand Instagram account, @burgerkingnz featured several people struggling to eat a burger using oversized chopsticks.
There’s a new prank that is as much genius as it is evil and destructive — convincing fast food employees to smash their own restaurant windows. It turns out, it’s not all that hard.
Last Friday, a man called the Burger King in Coon Rapids, Minn. and told the store manager that he was a fireman before explaining that gas levels in the building had reached a dangerous level and an explosion would soon result. The “fireman” then told the manager that everyone had to flee the building and smash the windows to allow for ventilation.
What would a logical person do on their last day of work at a fast food chain?
Steal all the chicken nuggets of course. Twitter user Zealot recently uploaded a photo of his conquest on his last day of work at Burger King. He wrote the following tweet: