A Woman Pulls A Cruel Prank By Spiking Her Partner’s Aftershave With The World’s Hottest Chili.

An unfortunate man was left writhing in pain after his partner spiked his aftershave with the world’s hottest chili sauce in a prank.

At the beginning of the video, the woman explains that she intends to get even with her partner for scaring her with a snake.

She films the hot sauce in her hand, which contains the Carolina Reaper. Measuring 1.47 million on the Scoville scale, that chili is the hottest in the world. For perspective, jalapenos are around 1,000 – 4,000.

The woman proceeds to inject a teaspoon of the sauce into a bottle of her partner’s All Spice aftershave and leaves it there for the unsuspecting victim.

Later on, the man is seen entering the bathroom.

Having shaved, he rubs the lotion into his hands and applies it on his face.

The effect is immediate and obviously painful.

The man is seen looking at his hands, sniffing them and then looking up at his reflection in the mirror.

1. A man was left writhing in pain after his partner spiked his aftershave with the world’s hottest chili sauce in a prank.

A Woman Pulls A Cruel Prank By Spiking Her Partner's Aftershave With The World's Hottest Chili.

He then begins to vigorously rinse the aftershave from his face, while his tormentor stands at the door giggling and asking whether he is OK.

Going downstairs, the man tries to alleviate the pain by dousing his face in milk before trying yoghurt.

He later wipes his face dry, which exposes his intensely red skin.

The video ends with the man relaxing in a chair, congratulating his partner on the prank and telling her not to do anything so severe again.

2. The victim of the prank applies milk and yoghurt to his face in an effort to alleviate the pain, while the prankster is enjoying the scene.

A Woman Pulls A Cruel Prank By Spiking Her Partner's Aftershave With The World's Hottest Chili.

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