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This Hot Pepper Literally Tore A HOLE In A Man's Esophagus — Read The Haunting Cautionary Tale HERE!

Let this be a lesson to anyone thinking about taking a ghost pepper challenge. According to the Journal of Emergency Medicine, a 47-year-old man burned a HOLE in his esophagus after ingesting "ghost pepper puree" on top of a burger in a food eating contest. For those who don't know, the ghost pepper is extremely dangerous due [...]
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