Eye-watering footage shows the moment a man dips the world’s hottest chilli pepper in hot sauce and eats it before electrocuting his tongue with a fly zapper.
Andy Pack, 38, lays out the ingredients for his mouth-scorching stunt on a table which includes the a Carolina Reaper chilli pepper, Satan’s Blood hot sauce and the zapper and a pint glass of milk.
He sits at the table in his home in Elyria, Ohio, and prepares to perform the stunt ‘without flinching at all’.
He starts with the chilli pepper dipped in hot sauce before picking up the zapper without missing a beat and electrocuting his tongue four times with the zapper, ‘just for the heck of it’.
He breathes in and out and whimpers at how hot the chilli is but continues to electrocute his tongue.
He starts off by dipping the world’s hottest pepper, the Carolina Reaper chilli pepper into Satan’s Blood hot sauce and eats it
Chilli peppers are measured in scoville units. A normal jalapeno has 2000-5000 units. The reaper holds the world record for most at a whopping 1,569,300 units
He then takes a pot of sour cream from the side and spoons it onto his tongue to relieve the pain along with gulping his glass of milk.
The video was posted online with the title: ‘This man really hates his tongue.’
The footage was captioned: ‘Who in their right mind would he eat a Carolina Reaper chili pepper smothered in Satan’s Blood hot sauce and then electrocute his tongue for fun? This guy.’
Pack then uses a fly zapper to repeatedly electrocute his tongue as he suffers from the heat of the chilli he had previously eaten
The video was posted online in 2015 with the title: ‘This man really hates his tongue.’ At the start of the footage he said that he planned to perform the stunt ‘without flinching’
The pungency of chilli peppers is measured in something called Scoville units. A normal jalapeno has 2000-5000 units.
The Guinness Book of World Records currently has the Carolina Reaper chilli pepper as the hottest in the world at 1,569,300 Scoville Units.
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