A BURGER made from the hottest chillies in the world has just gone on sale – but only to adults who must wear protective gloves to scoff it.
The Fallout Burger is made of Naga Bhut Jolokia and the Scotch Bonnet which are 40 times hotter than original tabasco sauce and register an estimated one million on the Scoville Scale - the scientific measurement of how hot chillies are .
Bristol's Atomic Burger restaurant has just put the mega-hot burgers on its menu and asks customers to sign a disclaimer and prove they're over 18. They are also advised to wear protective gloves before they start eating the Fallout.
Bustling with sauce, salad and three beefy burgers, it also includes a further 18oz of cheese all sandwiched between two deep fried pizza slices and served with a triple portion of chilli fries.
Restaurant owners Martin Bunce and James Reilly created the spicy meat feast and sell it for £25.
Martin and James also challenge staff to finish the lethal burger in under 60 minutes.
The challenge, named Unique Fallout, offers customers the chance to win a T-shirt and have their name on the restaurant's Wall Of Flame.
Martin said: “What makes our challenge different is that it’s not only hot but it’s too big too. I'm quite a chilli head, I enjoy extreme heat but even I only just manage to complete it. Some people take one bite and refuse to take anymore.”
One fearless diner who was daring enough to take on the Fallout Challenge was Jess Farmer, 23.
The Mechanical Engineer said, “It was definitely the hottest thing I’ve ever eaten and certainly not for the faint hearted.
"It’s a constant burn, the heat intensifies with every mouthful, each bite is like an inferno in your mouth. It’s still tasty though, the heat doesn’t spoil the taste.”