Pizza Hut has unveiled its newest concoction, a pizza that features a crust stuffed with a hot dog. A single, unbroken, circular hot dog encased in a pizza crust. And drizzled with free mustard (that’s quite a selling point).

But, in an apparent snub to fat-loving Americans, this specialty pie will only available in the UK. WTF, Pizza Hut? We poor Americans have to make do with the KFC Double Down to get our fast food fat fix? How dare you. According to Pizza Hut UK, there are no plans to release the hot dog stuffed crust pizza in the U.S. My guess is, though, that if it makes enough money there, it will be arriving on this side of the pond some unfortunate day soon.

I did some quick calculations, and discovered that a standard 12-inch pizza would contain a circular hot dog boasting an approximate circumference of 37.699 inches (using a ∏ value of 3.14159). A 38 inch long hot dog! Talk about a sausage fest.

If I had the opportunity, I would definitely try it. And I’m certain I’d like it. But, I can’t get it, and that’s probably for the best. No one wants needs that much salt and grease. But it probably tastes so good. I’m so conflicted.

Pizza Hut's Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza. Photo from Pizza Hut UK
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