Indian Army Develops Diabolical Chilli Grenade From Bhut Jolokia
In a savage move, the Indian army has developed a grenade that comprises of ground Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) chilli. For those of you not in the know, the Ghost Pepper measures at around 1,041,427 Scoville Units. To give that a comparison you’ll understand – it’s about 200 times hotter than a jalapeño chilli pepper. It was once the Guiness World Record holder as the hottest chilli to ever exist, but that was back in 2007 and these days we have the Carolina Reaper to fear.
India have developed the chilli weaponry in a move to combat terrorism. Research has indicated that the chilli grenade is a highly effective non-toxic weapon that can blind and render people seriously impaired for hours. Hour upon hour of gruelling interstinal contorting pain.
Scientists who developed the grenade were quoted as saying:
“The effect is so pungent, it would literally choke them.”
It has a shape that even strikes fear into the heart of every chilli loving man and woman on the planet.
Check out the best videos of people who probably temporarily lost the desire to live after experiencing the heat.
Then this lady tries to eat 60 of them in one sitting with some chef I’ve never heard of: