In-N-Out Burger's so-called 'secret menu' item that went viral on social media verified as fake
(Los Angeles, CA) - Recently, a TikTok video went viral on the app.
The user posted a video of what he said were "Doggy Fries" at In-N-Out Burger.
The TikTok video by @aldo.nxri about an In-N-Out secret menu item went viral recently, drawing 88,000 likes and more than 7000 shares..
In the TikTok video, he shows off his 'Doggy Fries' that are topped with cheese and chopped hotdogs.
You Can't Order This Item At In-N-Out Burger
This is not the first time TikTok users have trolled In-N-Out.
On July 17, @Andynot2021 caused an confusion with a video about the "secret menu fried chicken sandwich" at In-N-Out.
The viral story of @Andynot2021 and his fried chicken sandwich sent hoards of In-N-Out fans scrambling to the nearest location in search of this elusive 'new' menu item.
In-N-Out Employees Responds To Fake Menu Item On TikTok
Employees took to the comments section to set the record straight: one responded: "No guys don't order this,,, it’s not on the menu I will laugh at you."
Another added: "tik tok makes my job HELL"
While 'Señor' said:"You’re about to embarrass a whole lotta people"
A spokesperson for In-N-Out verified that the fast food chain continues to only serve hamburgers, french fries, and beverages.
There ar many 'secret menu' stories on social media, but the TikTok videos about purported 'Doggy Fries' or 'Fried Chicken Sandwich' at In-N-Out are fake.
Fans of In-N-Out Burger should know they have never offered hot dogs or chicken sandwiches, and according to their statement, In-N-Out will continue with the same menu items as they have since 1948 when they first opened in Los Angeles.
There may be secret menu items at In-N-Out Burger - but you will never find Hot Dogs or chicken sandwiches in the foreseeable future, according to the iconic Californian burger restaurant.
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