Burger King Reportedly Launching New Philly Cheese King Sandwich

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If you're fearless enough, or just enjoy a good scare, visit your nearest participating Burger King restaurant and try the haunting new sandwich. The sandwich will be available through November 1.

The quarter-pound beef burger is topped with chicken, cheese, bacon, onions and mayo all on a green sesame seed bun.

Burger King says for only $6.39, the sandwich is "clinically proven to induce nightmares".

Be sure to watch the attached video to see how WBRZ's 2une In crew feels about the burger.

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Ahmed al-Assiri, the number-two official in the country's intelligence service. His fiancée was waiting outside for several hours.

"According to previous studies, 4 per cent of the population experiences nightmares in any given night", said Dr Jose Gabriel Medina, the study's lead doctor, in a statement. Who knew that a burger could actually cause nightmares? "But, after eating the Nightmare King, the data obtained from the study indicated that the incidence of nightmares increased by 3.5 times".

The Nightmare King isn't the only Halloween-themed creation Burger King has come up with this year.

A report conducted by the Center for Food Safety, Consumer Reports, Food Animal Concerns Trust, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, Friends of the Earth, and Natural Resources Defense Council, published on Wednesday gave Burger King an "F" rating "for lacking any announced policy to source beef raised without the routine use of antibiotics".

According to researchers, the combination of proteins and cheese in the Nightmare King interrupted REM cycles, which is when most people dream. Postmates will offer the Nightmare King from October 22 through October 25 with free delivery when using promo code 'SCARYGOOD'. Doctors and scientists tracked the subjects' heart rate, brain activity, and breathing to determine whether they were having vivid dreams as a result of their green burgers.

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