This past weekend, a pair of burgers appeared on a local burger chain.
The first burger was the $2.99 Calamari Steak, a meat-and-potatoes burger topped with bacon, cheese, onions, and mayo.
The second burger, the $1.99 Bacon Burger, was made with bacon and grilled onions.
While both burgers looked pretty delicious, one customer on the restaurant’s Yelp page found one of the burgers to be fake.
The other burger, a $3.99 Hamburger Steak with bacon on it, appeared to be authentic.
According to Yelp, both burgers were created by a franchise owner in a town called Fayetteville, North Carolina.
The owners told local news outlet WAGT that their franchise was shut down last year after the restaurant had been closed for more than a year due to food safety issues.
A customer who visited the restaurant said that it looked like the burgers were made in China.
The two burgers, however, didn’t look authentic to the people who visited it, WAGP reported.
The company that sold the burgers did not respond to The Washington Post’s request for comment.
Yelp also noted that the burger was made in a “non-U.S. factory” in China, which could have resulted in the burgers being labeled “Made in China.”
The burger, which is currently unavailable for purchase, was apparently sold online for $2 and was made on July 25, 2018.