Burger King's latest unholy fast food mashup is the 'Whopperrito'

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The mad scientists in Burger King's product department have cooked up another radical new take on the fast food chain's most recognizable product.

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The "Whopperito," which, as the name implies, is the godless lovechild of a cheeseburger and a burrito, is currently available in at least one Pennsylvania location, a Burger King employee confirmed to Mashable.

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SAN RAFAEL, CA - JULY 27: An order of Burger King's chicken fries are displayed on July 27, 2015 in San Rafael, California. Burger King parent company Restaurant Brands International reported a 7.9 percent increase in second quarter sales at Burger King restaurants in the United States and Canada with revenue of $1.04 billion. (Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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As first reported in GrubGrade, the restaurant seems to be testing how receptive the public might be to such a monstrosity, but there's no word yet on whether it could ever see a wider release. The company's headquarters did not immediately respond to our request for comment.

The new concoction follows the limited roll out of another mash-up called the "Whopper Dog," which turned heads in various Burger King stores last month.

Twitter users already have some strong opinions about the new menu item.

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