Heart Attack burger bar claims its second victim
The Heart Attack Grill prides itself on its spectacularly unhealthy menu, as evidenced by its motto: "Taste worth dying for."
The woman in question was eating a double-patty beef burger inside two lard-covered buns when she appeared to suffer a heart attack. She was taken to the hospital on Saturday night and is expected to recover, FOX5 reports.
This is the second time in three months that a diner has suffered a heart attack at the Grill.
In February, a man was eating a Triple Bypass - three patties, three buns – when he began sweating and shaking, and was later hospitalised.
Burgers on the Heart Attack Grill's menu range from single bypass to quadruple bypass, the latter of which has four half-pound beef patties and eight slices of cheese, and contains nearly 8,000 calories.
A sign at the restaurant reads: "Caution: This establishment is bad for your health," and an ambulance is on continual standby outside.