(CBSDFW.COM/CBS News) – The Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas is proud of its name.

It warns customers, “This establishment is bad for your health.”

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But recently a customer at the restaurant, while eating a 6,000-calorie burger called the Triple Bypass Burger, was stricken with an apparent heart attack. And it was all caught on the cell phone video.

The video shows paramedics wheeling a man having a heart attack out of a restaurant that advertises its food can kill. It’s the kind of publicity other restaurants would run from — but not this one.

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A Heart Attack Grill location opened in Dallas in May of 2011. Some residents began protesting before the first day of business and the restaurant subsequently closed a few months later.

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