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Burger King lawsuit alleges false advertising, Whoppers aren’t huge enough

Many Burger King customers have taken their fast food complaints to court, alleging that the Whopper has lost its enormous size. bigger than they appear when served in real life. The lawsuit, filed by attorney Anthony Russo, alleges that “Burger King exaggerates the size of its burgers in marketing images.” The four plaintiffs claim they would not have spent any money at Burger King if they had known that “the burgers were much smaller than expected,” the lawsuit alleges. A new version of a classic. Discover The Whopper® Melt. With two flame-grilled Whopper® Jr. patties. pic.twitter.com/DaywIZv8TG— Burger King (@BurgerKing) March 15, 2022 Story continues under ad Lawsuit claims Burger King began inflating the size of its advertised burgers in images circa September 2017.” Burger King Announces its burgers like big burgers compared to competitors and containing oversized patties of meat and ingredients that spill over onto the bun to make the burgers appear to be about 35% larger and have more than double the meat of the actual burger reads in the lawsuit. The lawsuit, which was filed on March 28, 2022, claims that Burger King’s advertisements “significantly exaggerate” the size of nearly every item on the menu. The products named in the lawsuit include the fast food company favorite, the Whopper, the King line of items, Croisann’Wich (a complete egg and cheese sandwich on a croissant), the Double Sausage sandwich and other bur ger that include bacon or cheese. Lose an hour, win a Croissan’wich. pic.twitter.com/69TnHr4EXS—Burger King (@BurgerKing) March 8, 2015 Story continues under publicity Legal complaint calls for jury trial and hopes to change ‘deceptive marketing practice’ allegedly carried out by fast food vendors , which could be construed as misleading advertising. “Burger King’s advertisements for its burgers and menu items are unfair and financially harm consumers because they receive food of far less value than what was promised,” the lawsuit alleges. “Burger King’s actions are of particular concern now that inflation, food and meat prices are very high and many consumers, especially low-income consumers, are struggling financially,” the complaint continues. 2:07A man turned down for a job at KFC gets sweet revenge by starting his own chicken fast food empire Burger King has yet to respond to the lawsuit allegations, although a company spokesperson said to CBS Moneywatch: “Burger King does not comment on the expectation or potential litigation. The story continues under the ad Yet social media users continue to have fun sharing their own Burger King expectations versus reality images [email protected] expectation v reality🤣🤣 ffs. Mess. Literally 2 bites and away you go pic.twitter.com/KiydnfhSCJ—Lively (@penners78) April 3, 2022 Story continues below Advertisement © 2022 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.