Burger King Japan lets you quintuple the bacon on your burger
News On Japan via Time -- Apr 19
Burger King's Japan restaurants recently introduced the option of super-sizing just the bacon portion of their famed Whoppers, according to a post on Gawker. For around 100 yen (which is about $1.25) customers can get an extra 15 strips of bacon on their burger. That's 500% more bacon.
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