An In-N-Out Burger pop-up store in Windsor, an inner suburb of Melbourne, sold out of food in just 30 minutes.
On Tuesday morning the US cult burger chain announced they were taking over Chapel St restaurant Lover between 11am-3pm, selling their popular double-double burgers and animal fries.
According to news.com.au, 30 minutes after the store opened, people were being turned away.
The line of people waiting for the fast food was two blocks long.
The 300 burgers available were selling for $5 each.
The last time In-N-Out tried a pop-up store in Australia it sold out before the store could even open.
In 2016, a pop-up at Dead Ringer in Surry Hills in Sydney saw queues forming outside the store since 6am.
Here’s a look at the madness in Melbourne today.
Here’s the line
This poor guy looks tired
And the lucky few who got to enjoy the burgers
Your welcomed by Eric, the @innout #legend as you walk in the door to #Lover in #Windsor, you pick your drink, your shirt size and your burger style, I recommend the #doubledouble animal style #burger made with #aussie #groundbeef #tomatoes #lettuce #onions #pickles and #american imported #cheese and their famous #sauce. My god what an epic burger. Get down to Lover in Windsor to get it in ya!
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