Painful ironies...

<p>Here's one: Man</a> suffers heart attack while eating at Heart Attack Grill (Video) | The Sideshow - Yahoo! News</p>

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Millions of Americans watch what they eat. But one Las Vegas man has painfully discovered that where you eat can have a big impact on your health as well. In a story almost too bizarre to be true, a man suffered a heart attack after eating a "triple bypass burger" at the Heart Attack Grill in downtown Las Vegas, local affiliate Fox5 reports.
As comically tragic as that may sound, no one can sue the restaurant for not issuing fair warning. Its website proudly proclaims the menu offers, "Taste Worth Dying For!" (Fortunately, the man in question survived his attack.)
Still, it was the first actual known cardiac incident at the Heart Attack Grill. "He was having the sweats and shaking," "Nurse" Bridgett, who was working at the restaurant at the time of the incident, told Fox5. (Employees at the restaurant are given fake medical titles, including the establishment's owner, "Doctor" Jon Basso.)

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<p>good grief! that would be funnier if it wasn't so sick.............</p>

<p>I was in Vegas a few months ago and saw the billboard for this place and took a pic b/c it was so disturbing, one says 'Butterfat Shake' the other says 'Over 350 lbs? Eat free!' What the heck? I had to take a pic b/c it was so ridiculous and now I'm hearing about this same place in the news, you get what you pay for I guess?</p>

<p>Apparently, not the first death associated with this restaurant.</p>

<p>Blair</a> River, 575-pound Heart Attack Grill spokesman, dies at 29</p>

<p>Blair River, 575-pound Heart Attack Grill spokesman, dies at 29</p>

<p>Heart Attack Grill, owned by Jon Basso, brags about some of the highest caloric, artery-clogging food. They even enlisted Blair River (a 572-pound obese man) as their spokesman. River, 29, has now died from pneumonia — a death connected to his obesity by critics.</p>