Here in Australia, lockdown is pretty tough but can you still manage a fast food fix via the drive-thru if your self-isolating belly so desires.
Not so in Belgium, where the country has shut all its fast-food restaurants down completely.
Enter a witty new social media campaign for the burger chain via acclaimed Parisian agency Buzzman.
To celebrate the re-opening of Burger King drive-thrus in the country tomorrow, the agency has released a series of images that censor its Whoppers so hungry customers don’t get too excited pre the re-opening.
Burger King commenting in a statement: “While waiting for this date, the brand decided to censor its most iconic burgers on its website and social networks. Yes, we want to avoid any frustration before the great day!
“So be patient and stay home until you find the unique taste of your favourite hamburgers in a few days!”
Check out the campaign below:
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