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Watch what happened when 1,000 people simultaneously ate one of the hottest chili peppers in the world

Oh boy, this one will really set your mouth alight! Copenhagen’s Chili Klaus organised an event on June 5th at which 1,000 people ate the notorious Ghost Chili (bhut jolokia), at around 1,000,000 heat units on the Scoville scale, one of THE hottest chili peppers known to man.

And the results were, erm, painful to say the least. Watch the reactions on their faces as the chili starts to hit. It’s priceless. And not even liquid could douse the heat. As our friends at Digg have noted: ‘Don’t worry, milk was provided. Which also led to a lot of people vomiting up spicy milk’. Ouch.

Via DIGG

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