Looking for a good burger in Melbourne, Australia? Stop by the all-new Pablo's Escoburgers, where the meals come with a side of fake 'cocaine'.
The pop-up restaurant, named for notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, garnishes its signature Patron Burger with a line of 'cocaine' (actually garlic powder) and a rolled-up pretend $100 bill.
But not everyone is a fan - people have been roasting the restaurant on social media, calling it tasteless to name a restaurant after a murderous drug lord.
The restaurant responded by insisting that it does not 'condone, idolise or promote' the real Pablo Escobar, but says they are "Australian and know how to have a laugh about a good play on words".