Its the burger thats got everyone talking. Whether people want to eat it or not is a totally different story.

After Buzzfeed published unsubstantiated documentsearlier this week that allege Donald Trump paid prostitutes to perform golden rains for him, one eatery decided to get in on the, um, action and make a burger dedicated to the timely news topic.And what a burger it is.

On Wednesday, Community Restaurant and Lounge in Bethesda, Maryland introduced the Golden Showers burger, co-created by the restaurants owner, Mark Bucher, and writer Nevin Martell. The $20 burger with$ 5 of its proceeds going to Planned Parenthood quickly went viral.

Happy ending included! Drenched with self-tanning cheddar and yellow mustard leaking down the sides, and topped with a very small pickle, Martell wrote in his description of the burger on Instagram. Goes with a lemon glazed doughnut to provide a memorable happy ending.

Gee whiz!

Martell spoke with The Huffington Post via email and explained how he and Bucher came up with the burger idea.

We were talking about the unconfirmed revelations about Trumps Moscow sexploits in the leaked dossier, he said. After bemoaning the fact that this was the political dialogue of the working day, we asked ourselves how we could use this bad moment to do some good. Mark is master burger inventor, so we decided to build one with a multitude of yellow components to play on the golden shower theme.

The freelance writer told Eater that Community only sold about 10 of the burgers, though the food item caused a lot of disagreement on the restaurants Facebook and Yelp pages. Trump advocates inundated the pages with bad reviews and commentaries 😛 TAGEND

Others did just the opposite, cancelling out the 1-star reviews with 5-stars 😛 TAGEND

As hilarious( and debatably delicious) as the burger looks, Martell says theres still one thing he would change about the Golden Shower offering.

We had originally planned to also top the burger off with a Soviet-era hammer and sickle flag, but we couldnt figure out the logistics in time, he said.

At least they know what to add if the meaty snack comes back again!

Read more: www.huffingtonpost.com