Twister Fries reportedly first came onto the scene in 2015, and proved so popular with customers the fast food company brought them back for a limited time in its outlets in Japan earlier this year.
Now the curly fries have appeared on menus in Singapore and Philippines.
But, a spokesperson for McDonald’s revealed to The Independent, that there were no plans to extend the offer to UK customers.
UK curly fries fans have taken to Twitter to voice their upset.
In Argentina, the surname Parrilla translates as ‘grill’, and embattled Parrillas all over the world have had to endure bad puns about meat.
So Burger King’s latest campaign aims to make up for the bullying by offering those with the surname Parrilla free Whopper burgers for the rest of their lives.
Customers can take advantage of the offer at any of the chain’s outlets across ARGENTINA by showing their ID.
Lucia Cabrejas, the marketing director for Burger King Argentina told AdWeek: “We are proud to belong to the Parrilla family for more than 60 years, and the best way to put it is by recognising for life those who bear that surname.”
Many customers took to Twitter to react to the news.
Many wished their name was Parrilla.
One Twitter user said: “My brother wants to change his surname to get free burgers at Burger King.”
Another tweeted: “Burger King is giving burgers to anyone named Parrilla, you just have to show your ID. One reason for coming to Argentina!”