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The Ramsey Burger, Named For Cleveland Kidnapping Hero, Added To Local Restaurant's Menu (VIDEO)

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Charles Ramsey's life changed when he phoned 911 to report that kidnapping victim Amanda Berry was alive. His interview with local news outlets went viral and he's been hailed as a hero (though there has been some controversy surrounding the chain of events). During the now-famous interview, Ramsey mentions how he was eating McDonald's when he heard Berry from a neighbor's house.

In honor of Ramsey's affinity for burgers, Hodge's, a Cleveland restaurant, has created a Big Mac-like burger titled "The Ramsey Burger." On May 13, the restaurant tweeted:

The Big Mac-inspired patty features eight ounces of certified Angus beef and a secret sauce. It is served with a side of tater tots for $12.

The restaurant didn't just randomly come up with this creation, though -- Ramsey actually works as a dishwasher at Hodge's.

Take a look at the burger in the video below (Warning: the audio may not work for some).

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