If you're on a diet, you might want to look away now.
KFC have announced a new addition to their "Double Down" line-up - an endeavour by the fast food giant to replace bread with fried chicken in as many dishes as possible.
The latest sandwich, only available at a selection of KFC restaurants in the Philippines, features a cheese stuffed hot dog with a fried chicken breast curled around it.
Only 50 of these meaty marvels will be sold at each outlet over a two day period.
Think twice before booking a pilgrimage to Manila - this limited edition dog has already sold out in all the participating stores.
The Double Down Dog joins the likes of the original Double Down, a bacon and cheese "sandwich" with chicken instead of bread, which launched in 2010 with a whopping 540 calories, 32g of fat and 1380mg of sodium.
The Zinger Double Down King was also made available in October last year for hungry Koreans, featuring a huge burger patty between two pieces of fried chicken.
Had something weird for lunch today... Kfc's Double Down Dog 🐷😳 pic.twitter.com/W7wWzynNbN— Cholo Sediaren (@ccsediaren) January 26, 2015
It's so incredibly hard not to be jealous of those lucky people in the Philippines.