(LAS VEGAS) -- For the second time this year, a customer at Las Vegas' Heart Attack Grill was sent to the hospital after possibly suffering from a heart attack, ABC News affiliate KTNV reports.
The latest incident happened last Saturday while a female customer was eating a hamburger, according to Jon Basso, the restaurant’s owner. The woman, who has not been identified, was taken to a nearby hospital and is expected to fully recover, Basso said.
Heart Attack Grill, whose slogan is “Taste worth dying for,” is known for its self-proclaimed unhealthy food. A sign on the front door reads, “Caution: This Establishment Is Bad for Your Health.”
The chain's hamburgers are known as "Bypass Burgers" and come in four sizes: single, double, triple and quadruple.
A man suffered an apparent heart attack in February while eating a “Triple Bypass Burger” at the restaurant.
The woman who fell ill on Saturday was eating a "Double Bypass Burger" before she had to be hospitalized, Basso said.
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