A Burger King burger can lead to a life-long addiction, a coroner’s report reveals

A burger shop in Madison, Wisconsin, can be a magnet for fast food addicts who become addicted to its burgers.

According to a report by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office, the Burger King restaurant is home to a fast food addiction that can lead a man to lose control of his body and end up in the hospital.

Burger King was founded in 1946 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The restaurant has been around for over 60 years and has been the subject of numerous court cases.

The chain’s brand is synonymous with hamburgers and the BurgerKing franchisee was named in a 1999 lawsuit over a $4 billion lawsuit against Burger King.

In a 2014 court filing, a Burger King franchisee claimed the chain was a “toxic” and “harmful” environment.

In his 2014 lawsuit, the franchiser accused the chain of being “a dangerous environment for children, women, minorities, and persons with mental illness.”

According to the report, a 2015 autopsy showed the victim had a history of mental illness and was “dysfunctional in his or her daily life.”

Burger KING’s owner was arrested in the case, but the lawsuit alleges that he “disposed of the body for the benefit of Burger King employees.”

In addition to being a potential victim of the chain, the victim was “previous diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic obstructor disease, asthma, diabetes, and hepatitis B.”

In March, Burger King filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, which was later denied.

The company has been ordered to pay $5 million in back wages and court costs.