Burger King announced in 2015 its plans to serve alcohol with burgers after a store in the United Kingdom won its alcoholic licence. Today, the fast food chain are rolling out the initiative to other stores. For beers to be served, the establishments must abide by several council rules. Alcoholic beverages must have an alcohol content of below five percent, and the customers aren’t allowed to take the drink off the premises, and it can only be served between the hours of 11 am and 8 pm. A police officer has warned against the new offering saying it is “fast food, fast service, fast alcohol and fast drunkenness, as a result of that”.