Google Just Killed Burger King’s Newest TV Ad That Had a Disastrous Flaw


The internet giant Google has just killed Burger King’s newest TV ad because it was a big disastrous flaw and encouraged people to ask Google Home what a whopper is. The 15-second ad triggers Google devices with a command “Ok Google, what’s the whopper burger?” The ad was tested and it worked but there was a problem with the definition of whopper burger. The Google device was quoting Wikipedia as a source and on Wikipedia people keep changing the definition. 

Burger King launched the 15-second ad that asks Google Home to put up the definition of whopper burger and the device gets it from Wikipedia. The ad encountered a major flaw when someone edited the Whopper Burger definition and it reported it contains a toxic chemical, Cyanide. 


After that the Burger King edited the Wikipedia page with a more accurate definition like “The Whopper is a burger, consisting of a flame-grilled patty made with 100% beef with no preservatives or fillers, topped with sliced tomatoes, onions, lettuce, pickles, ketchup, and mayonnaise, served on a sesame-seed bun.”