Watch: ‘Undead’ Chicken Breast Appears to Crawl Off Plate

first_img PewDiePie Pulls $50,000 Pledge to Anti-Hate Group After Fan BacklashPolice Arrest Dutch YouTubers for Trespassing Area 51 Site Stay on target A raw “zombie” chicken appears to have crawled off a restaurant plate in a viral video and people are freaked out over the nauseating footage.The video, which was taken at an unknown dining establishment, has received 11 million views and 54,000 comments on Facebook so far, the New York Post reported. It’s likely that the raw piece of chicken was supposed to be cooked, since it was placed next to a small grill. The person filming the footage can be heard screaming in the background, as the “undead” meat appeared to have come back to life.center_img There wasn’t an explanation for the moving piece of poultry, however, Facebook users’ comments suggested that the chicken’s movements were caused by nerve endings that were still alive. It’s possible that this meat was very fresh, since this doesn’t typically occur if the meat has been refrigerated or frozen for a long time.Other Facebook users were creeped out by the meat and expressed how they wouldn’t eat a meal if it appeared alive.“What the hell is that and why is it moving,” a Facebook user wrote in response to the video.“I don’t know but it’s making me not want any meat except a little fish or chicken wings!!! That sh*t scary to me,” another user replied.Someone else commented, “Don’t you just hate it when you have to chase your food round the room?”This isn’t the first freaky food incident that has gone viral online: In May, an octopus latched onto a vlogger’s face when she tried to eat it alive. The animal eventually let go of her face, however, she was crying after spotting a cut on her face from the animal’s “fight” response.More on Octopus ‘Fights’ Vlogger Who Tries to Eat It AliveStarbucks to Deliver Nationwide Via Uber Eats Police Arrest Ice Cream Lickers Over Disgusting Pranklast_img

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