A photograph posted to social media shows the phrase “Hail Satan” imprinted on the bottom of a paper cup doled out at the In-N-Out Burger chain. But is it real? Are french fries from France?
In-N-Out, known for their family and christian values, often prints references to Bible verses (such as Proverbs 3:5 and Revelation 3:20) on their cups, wrappers, and other packaging material. But “Hail Satan?” Seriously?
An image spoofing In-N-Out’s religious reputation by purportedly showing the phrase “Hail Satan” printed on the bottom of a cup from the restaurant chain has been circulating online since at least 2010, when it was posted to the web site Joyreactor. However, the “Hail Satan” phrase shown obviously just a digitally manipulated version of a photograph of an In-N-Out cup bearing the standard “John 3:16” imprint. h/t snopes
When the image of the “Hail Satan” cup began circulating on the internet in October 2015, In-N-Out took to Facebook page to assure their customers that the photograph was a fake.