Dennis Storm and Valerio Zeno, hosts of the Dutch TV show “Preojfkonijen" ("Test Rabbits") ate bits of each other's flesh before a studio audience. There is no report whether it tasted like chicken. From NY Daily News:
“The punchline of the show is to get really simple answers on stupid questions, such as, ‘Can you shave with ketchup’ or ‘Can you drive blind?’” Storm told ABCNews.com. “And we wanted to find out how human flesh tasted.”
A chef fried a hunk of Storm’s buttocks, and a piece of Zeno’s abdomen, both carved off earlier by a surgeon, in a pan with sunflower oil, skipping salt and pepper to preserve the meat’s natural taste.
Then the daring duo dug in…
“It was just a few centimeters of meat,” (Storm said). “And now I have a good story about that scar.”
"Television show hosts eat each other’s flesh in front of studio audience
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