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Burger King has been accused of “busting” a popular Burger King ad campaign in the US that featured a man in a trench coat walking around a city, apparently eating burgers.
The ad, which aired on July 15, featured a black man walking around New York City, where he seems to be eating some burgers and drinking a beverage, before returning to his trench coat.
The advert had garnered more than 1.7m views by Monday afternoon, according to Twitter data analytics company RankBrain.
The image was taken from the campaign and was posted to Burger King’s Twitter account on Monday.
But the image has since been taken down.
A spokesman for Burger King, which declined to comment, said the image was removed by the company because it did not comply with Twitter’s terms of service.
In the advertisement, which ran for about two minutes, a man wearing a trenchcoat walks around New Yorkers and drinks a Coke.
A man in the trench coat walks around a New York city, eating burgers and drinks.
The man in question has a face mask on and a trench jacket.
He also looks at a phone, looking at a map, and looks up at the camera.
The campaign, which was promoted by Burger King brand manager Scott Wiedefeld, featured several other people in the same trench coat as the man eating the burgers.
On Twitter, Burger King users shared images of the image.
One user wrote: “Burgers & fries, dude in trench coat, NYC.”
Another user posted: “Man in trench suit eating burgers & fries in NYC, man in trench jacket walking around NYC, wearing a face-mask, looks at phone, looks up, goes for a walk.
The man was a regular customer who took photos with the man in his trench jacket as he ate.
One Twitter user wrote on the account for the account @BurgerKingUSA: “We’re not sure if the #BurgerBelly campaign has been pulled, but it seems to have been.
Thanks to all of our fans for your support.”
An account called @BurgeBellyUSA, which is associated with Burger King in the USA, retweeted a tweet saying: “Burger King’s #BurgeKeen ad campaign is a smashing success!
This ad is the #BK1st.
#BurgersForBk”The image was later taken down from Burger King USA, according the account.