If you like burgers and could do with some extra cash you may just be in luck.
This is because you can bag £2,000 if you're imaginative enough to come up with a quirky name for a brand new burger.
All you need to do is get creative and submit an entry.
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American hot sauce topped the list of spices "too hot" to handle, according to a new survey of 2,000 Brits conducted by pub chain Flaming Grill.
According to the data, 46% of respondents claimed the sauce was too hot for them, with jalapenos (44%), siracha style (26%) and peri peri (14%) following closely behind.
Even though we’re not a nation of spice lovers, over one in 10 Brits (16%) admitted they’ve ordered a spicy meal to impress someone, with a quarter of those who did saying they were trying to wow a friend.
The research was launched to mark Flaming Grill’s new online competition to re-name the Signature Stinger burger, a fiery serve topped with cheese, piri piri sauce and jalapeños.
Brits only have today to submit their entry, with the most "pun filled" submission winning £2,000.
To get involved, customers simply need to follow the Flaming Grill Instagram, upload their pun-filled suggestion via a comment on the Signature Stinger burger post and share the pinned post.
Mia Broadbent, Marketing Manager at Flaming Grill, said: "We’re looking for a Flamin’ great new name for our Signature Stinger burger, and who better to choose the new name than the great British public?
"With a £2,000 prize up for grabs for the winning name, this is a fantastic opportunity for customers to stretch their creative muscles and potentially pick up a grand prize at the same time!"
The competition is open to anyone on Instagram and will be live until 11.59pm on Monday, April 24.
An impartial judge will then shortlist the 10 most creative contenders before opening it up to the public to decide the winner via an Instagram poll.
To enter the competition visit the Flaming Grill Instagram page here.
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