Men try eating ‘horse urine’ eggs for challenge – and instantly throw up
This is the hilarious moment four lads were left heaving after trying to eat “horse urine eggs” for the first time.
Chris Peacock had bought the four century eggs from Amazon and was keen to try the Chinese delicacy with Gary Stephenson, Dale Stephenson and Andy Kibbler.
The eggs fetch their name from the unique odour that smells like urine when, in fact, it is the result of them being preserved in clay, ash, salt quicklime and rice hulls.
And the foursome were clearly not a fan, with footage showing how they instantly started throwing up.
Builders merchant manager Gary – who admits to having a "weak stomach" – was the worst affected and couldn't stop heaving, even throwing his egg over the garden fence after just one bite.
His dad, Dale, managed to swallow most of the black egg only for him to spit it back out moments later.
Gary, from Goole, East Yorks, said: "Everything about it was putrid. It didn’t taste anything like a normal egg and the texture was so rubbery it was like a bouncy ball.
"I couldn't compare the taste to anything I've eaten before. Andy said he thought it was what he imagined stagnant pond water or weeds to taste like.
"I was stunned my brother and dad managed to chew any of it let alone swallow parts of it. I've got a very weak stomach and couldn't get past the smell. I just had to throw it as far away as possible from me.”
He said the smell was “constant” and followed you “everywhere you went”.
The lads' efforts left people 'crying with laughter' with others left 'howling' after Gary 'launched' his over the fence.
One commenter joked: "Crying. Absolutely mint. Launched [that] egg over the fence."
Another wrote: "Watched this in disgust and almost peed myself laughing at the same time."
A third added: "Never felt more sick after watching this."
And a fourth joked: "Oh no you lot aren't normal!"
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