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Hot wings and parachutes

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted June 02, 2013
aaron wakamatsu and chuck from the bronx eating ghost peppers
Well hot: Some ghost peppers yesterday. (Check bottom for credit)

While the Spicochist does his ghost pepper on terra firma, Chuck from the Bronx boshes one jumping out a plane.

I'm not going to lie.

We love hot food here at the Rake & Herald, which is why we think 'Asbestos Mouth' Aaron 'Spicochist' Wakamatsu is so damn bloody ace.

And here he is in his latest vid pouring powdered ghost pepper all over a load of chicken wings already smothered in habanero sauce.

But does he scream and shout or otherwise make a big song and dance about it?


Because the Spicochist has to rank as one of the most chilled-out gurgitators on Earth.

Even when you can see the smoke coming out of his mouth.

Mind you, we've never seen him eating a ghost pepper while skydiving.

Unlike Chuck 'from the Bronx' Saragossi, who did exactly that just the other day.

Fair play to the both of them.

Keep the champion chilli chomping up, chaps!

While the first video was taken from the Spicochist's YouTube channel, the second, strangely enough, was embedded from Chuck from the Bronx's one. And believe me, both are well worth a gander.

See also Classic Spicochist, posted 22/4/13.

WARNING! Competitive eating can be dangerous. As well as choking hazards there is also the possibility of poisoning yourself, something that could lead to hospitalisation, permanent health damage and even death. Don't believe us? Read this. As such, the Rake & Herald does not recommend you try emulating the above video(s) yourself. Seriously. We are NOT joking. You have been warned.

Picture credit

Top and thumb: Some ghost peppers by Xaime Méndez (retouched by Mfield).

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