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In-N-Out Doesn't Like Model's Sexy Video Featuring Their Food

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Abigail Ratchford's milkshake can bring all the boys to the yard—just as long as it's not In-N-Out's.

In-N-Out has sent a cease-and-desist letter to the model's producer, TMZ reports, demanding they take down a provocative video where Ratchford sensuously plays with her lunch. While donning a bikini and one of the burger chain's paper hats (which you can get for free if you ask, by the way), she makes it rain with their French fries and, most salaciously, drizzles some vanilla milkshake onto her breasts.

The video is obviously very naughty, though not graphic. You probably don't want your boss to catch you watching it.

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The commercial is a clear nod to Carl's Jr.'s sexy ads featuring Paris Hilton, Kate Upton and Kim Kardashian—but In-N-Out is saying 'no thank you' to the free endorsement.

The burger chain says many customers (who?!) have complained about the clip, and that it doesn't fit their company image. The chain's second-worst-kept secret behind their secret menu are the Bible verses printed on all of their food packaging—the chain is owned and operated by the devoutly-Christian Snyder family.