David Kime Jr. wanted a burger and fries at Burger King – his favorite fast food joint.
The World War II veteran, who died on Jan. 20 at 88, was buried with a “Whopper Jr.” from Burger King, said the New York Daily News.
He had requested his funeral procession pass by the restaurant for a meal on its way to the cemetery.
Each mourner purchased a burger for the road, with an extra for the deceased man.
His burger was placed on his coffin during the ceremony.