Yes, ''loyal customer'', because calling him a nutjob might have hurt sales, considering he might have inspired other fucking losers to follow suit. And the sale of the ''whopping 40 Whoppers'' (really?) was just good business.David S. Kime Jr. was many things. World War II veteran. Purple Heart recipient. Father. Grandfather. Husband. And, it should be noted, Burger King enthusiast.Linda Phiel, one of Kime's three daughters, said her dad loved fast food and ate it daily. "He always lived by his own rules," she said. "His version of eating healthy was the lettuce on the Whopper Jr."The funeral procession ordered a whopping 40 of the Whopper Jr. burgers, including one for the dearly departed. Kime's Whopper was placed on top of his casket before burial.The Burger King's manager, Margaret Hess, said, "It's nice to know he was a loyal customer up until the end—the very end."
Oh, and having the BK's manager have a huge gap where her teeth should be? Priceless.