MIAMI (WMTV) -- Fast food giant Burger King conducted a social experiment to raise awareness about bullying here in America.
According to a Facebook post by Burger King, they spoke up against bullying during National Bullying Prevention Month.
In the Burger King-branded "Bullying Jr." experiment, they set up hidden cameras to find out if more people would stand up for a bullied Whopper Jr. burger or a bullied high school junior.
As you'll see in the video below, the difference was dramatic.
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Nobully.org says 30% of all school kids worldwide are bullied each year and bullying is the number one act of violence against young people in America today.