A video showing molten copper being poured over a Big Mac demonstrates the “indestructible” properties of McDonald’s food.[contentblock id=5 img=adsense.png] [contentblock id=1 img=adsense.png]
McDonald’s converts may be left reeling after disturbing new footage shows boiling hot molten copper being poured over a Big Mac, resulting in the ‘buns of steel’ burger remaining relatively intact.
After heating up the copper to boiling point, the experimenter — wearing protective gloves— begins slowly pouring the liquid over the bun and then the attempted ‘mac attack’ begins.
As the liquid hits the bun, large flames erupt immediately. However, within a few seconds, the bun appears to ‘put out the flames’ leading to the suggestion that the bun and its various ingredients have flame retardant properties.
During the three-minute video, the food chain’s signature dish withstands a temperature of around 1085°C being poured over its entire surface.
Popular YouTube user Tito4e uploaded the clip and has proved that ‘murdering this burger’ is virtually impossible.