Friday, March 4, 2011

Morbidly obese spokesman for "Heart Attack Grill" dies at 29

A morbidly obese man who advertised a restaurant called "Heart Attack Grill" has died at 29, reportedly of pneumonia. He weighed 575 lbs.

"Cynical people might think this (River's death) is funny," the restaurant's founder Jon Basso told the Arizona Republic. "But people who knew him are crying their eyes out. There is a lot of mourning going on around here. You couldn't have found a better person."

At the Heart Attack Grill, scantily-clad women dressed as nurses unabashedly serve its customers high-caloric food. The menu touts its 8,000-calorie quadruple bypass burger, "flatliner fries" fried in "pure lard," a "butterfat shake," and no-filter cigarettes.

Blair River, 575-pound spokesman for Heart Attack Grill in Arizona dead at 29 (Thanks, John, via Submitterator!)

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