A new video has emerged online of a Burger King employee in Lake Worth, Florida pouring fry oil into a storm drain, and it has a lot of people flaming mad. Joe May, who was passing by at the time, decided to capture the disposal on camera. Show More Summary
Burger King finds itself embroiled in yet another scandal after disturbing video footage has emerged from Lake Worth, Florida, of a man wearing a Burger King employee uniform dumping a substance into a storm drain. The footage was captured...Show More Summary
The Alamo's going back to the Burger King glass model, and you can score one! Read more...
The coach used to have a sign in his locker room that read 'This is not Burger King. You do it my way.'
Bob Knight can still command quite a crowd. The Indy Star caught the legendary and controversial basketball coach during a talk he gave to (...)
Ed Note: The following appears via our sister site Awful Ads. According to Fortune, Burger King paid Floyd Mayweather $1 million dollars to have BK’s mascot, The King, appear in the boxer’s entourage. I am fully aware that by writing...Show More Summary
The Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight may have been disappointing in terms of in-ring action, but it brought the goods in terms of compelling entourages. First we had the likes of Jimmy Kimmel, Justin Bieber and the Burger King mascot following the two fighters out to the ring, and now we have a story about a […]
"Love is hiding who you are at all times. It’s wearing make-up to bed and going downstairs to Burger King to poop."
“We don’t call him the King for nothing.”
A spokesperson for Burger King defended the company’s million-dollar sponsorship of boxer Floyd Mayweather, the highest-paid athlete in the world in 2014, by telling a strange joke to a reporter. Mayweather has been convicted twice for domestic abuse. The mother of Mayweather’s three...
Why is Burger King telling jokes in response to an inquiry about them standing with a domestic abuser? If you watched Manny Pacquiao fight Floyd Mayweather on Saturday night in "The Fight of the Century", you probably noticed that Burger King's mascot accompanied the victor to the ring. Show More Summary
Burger King allegedly spent $1 million to include its mascot in Floyd Mayweather's entourage during his boxing match against Manny Pacquiao last Saturday. The fast-food chain's costumed "King" escorted Mayweather to the boxing ring ahead of the fight. Show More Summary
The real winners of Saturday’s fight were brands like Burger King, Nike, and Tecate, and celebrities, brands in their own way, like Jimmy Kimmel and Justin Bieber. According to Amobee Brand Intelligence, ‘consumption’ or how much people...Show More Summary
Photo by Jason Merritt/WireImage It was the “...what?” heard round the world. When Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. entered the MGM Grand with his buddy Justin Bieber and The Burger King last in tow last night, it truly baffled the global...Show More Summary
Although most of the reaction from Saturday night's "Fight of the Century" between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao has centered on the actual boxing, something happened before the fight that had people talking. Everyone knew Justin Bieber was going to be at the fight to support his buddy Mayweather. Show More Summary
John Raoux/AP Three years ago, Burger King (BK) shocked the conscience of capitalism by showing that capitalism has a conscience. Burger King announced a five-year plan to move 100 percent of its egg purchases from suppliers who practiced "factory farming" to more animal-friendly producers. Show More Summary
Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao's boxing match wasn't all about throwing jabs - the showdown also had its share of funny moments. First, it was hard not to notice Justin Bieber and the Burger King mascot walking behind Floyd as he approached the ring in Las Vegas's MGM Grand Garden Arena. Show More Summary
Floyd Mayweather may have had the Burger King in his corner, but Manny Pacquiao also had some star power in his entourage during his ring entrance last night. That star power came in the form of a very bouncy Jimmy Kimmel: Pacquiao’s trainer Freddy Roach was somehow able to get Manny and Jimmy to stop bouncing around […]
The Burger King is part of the Money Team? Who knew? That’s what we were led to believe when we witnessed the Burger King himself walking down to the ring with Floyd Mayweather’s entourage prior to last night’s Pacquiao-Mayweather fight. Check it out:
If you're walking out with Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather Jr. prior to their fight Saturday night, you better be a big deal. When Pacquiao was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kimmel asked the boxer if he could join his crew when he walked to the ring. Show More Summary