Don't worry, guys.
"As part of Burger King's 50th anniversary in Puerto Rico we wanted to hand out a special gift to the Whopper's most loyal fans; members of BK's loyalty program with the highest 50 scores," the video promises. "Using the loyalty program's CRM database, the lucky winners were notified via e-mail or phone. They received the very handy: Hands-free Whopper."
The website built for the campaign also features a video of the alleged production of the device on a 3-D printer. Burger King officials declined further comment on the campaign including whether the prototype was indeed made on a 3-D printer or if the schematics would be released to the public.
The ads were created by DLC/Ogilvy & Mather, according to Creativity Online, but neither Burger King nor Ogilvy would comment on the matter to CNBC.
Looks like it has been debunked and cemented.
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Oh good, it's puerto rico. Lol... still the concept is so... I dont know.
AND it's not real, thank goodness. Publicity stunt.
hahaha, ya... my faith in the human race has reclaimed the points it lost when I initially found this
Ah come on,, that's funny as hell, Is it real yes. is it serious no. I like to have a tilting plate connected to one of them to take to the family Thanksgiving dinner just for the laughs If I was driveing down the road and saw the guy next to me with one on I would have to pull over and fall out of the car!! It would make my day..
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