WASHINGTON, March 15 (UPI) -- A YouTube user tested the result of covering a McDonald's Big Mac hamburger with molten copper.
The video, shared to YouTube by user Tito4re, shows a vat of 1,984°F molten copper being poured on the restaurant chain's signature sandwich.
Tito4re begins the video by displaying two Big Mac's before taking a bite out of one, ensuring that the trip to McDonald's didn't go to waste.
"I'm only pouring molten copper on one Big Mac so the other one is for me," text on the screen states.
He begins the process by pouring the copper over the top bun and the burger's first patty, before slowly deconstructing the Big Mac and placing its contents in the pool of molten metal now surrounding the burger.
After a short time the individual layers of the Big Mac become completely charred black as Tito4re uses a set of tongs to display their new brittle state.
He plans to test an order of McDonald's french fries against molten copper.