David Kime Jr. had it his way up until the day he was buried.
The 88-year old World War II vet from West York, Penn. loved Burger King’s Whopper Jr. so much that after he died on Jan. 20, he was buried with one.
On Saturday — the day of his memorial service — his entire funeral procession drove through the fast food restaurant so that he could have one last hamburger.
“He always lived by his own rules,” his daughter, Linda Phiel, told the York Daily Record. “His version of eating healthy was the lettuce on the Whopper Jr.”