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Want fries cooked in lard with that?

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At the recently opened Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas, customers who tip the scales at more than 350 pounds eat free. The eatery specializes in food that's bad for you, including a so-called “quadruple bypass burger.” NBC’s George Lewis reports.