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From its shots at McDonald’s to the realest anti-bullying PSA ever, Burger King certainly knows how to unleash promo. For their latest, the fast food chain is taking on net neutrality — sort of.

Of course a hot topic as of late, BK’s net neutrality-inspired commercial is dubbed “Whopper Neutrality.” We in turn find the restaurant detailing what it would be like to have paid prioritization in their establishment. Employees can then be seen forcing customers to wait extended periods of time before receiving their food, unless they pay outrageous fees to obtain the order quickly.

The portrayal ultimately points to ISPs prioritizing online content that they have a stake in.

To see how Burger King’s entertaining take on Net Neutrality unfolds, press play above.

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