When someone has such a pronounced passion in life, it’s not unusual for loved ones to pay tribute to that passion after death.
What is unusual: When that passion happens to be fast food.
But despite his love of all that artery-clogging goodness, David S. Kime Jr. lived to be a robust 88-years-old.
So when he finally passed away on January 20, his family made sure he got that last Burger King whopper on the way to his final resting place.
As the York Daily Record reports, Kime Jr.’s funeral procession rolled through his favourite Burger King drive-thru in Manchester Township, Penn. en route to the cemetery.
Each mourner picked up a WHOPPER JR. in tribute.
"He liked his WHOPPER JRs.," MargaretRead More »from Final tribute to U.S. man includes funeral procession through Burger King