“Are you INSANE enough to try the
HOTTEST WINGS EVER!?!?!”
Calling all chilli buffs!!!
Our first Man v Food Challenge on the Menu is
know as the “Insanity Wings Challenge”
INSANITY WINGS CHALLENGE REQUIREMENTS
The challenge consists of two parts:
- The first part of the challenge is to consume 10 jumbo wing (Paddle or Drum) pieces in no more than 5 minutes (timed), with all the meat being eaten in its entirety from every wing piece, and;
- Once successful in the completing the first part of the challenge, the time clock is reset & you are then required to endure a further timed 5 minute “after burn” without wiping your hands or face, no liquids are to be consumed & no breaks, no regurgitation or no vomiting are permitted to successfully complete the challenge.
All challengers will be recorded by recording device undertaking the challenge & your photo will be posted on the “Wall of Flame”, plus you will receive either a “Wings Slayer” or “Wings Victim” T Shirt as a prize.
- Being under the age of 18. All contestants must provide a valid photo ID
- False or incomplete entry form or liability waiver
- Any health risks that could jeopardize the contestant’s health or wellbeing
- Under the influence of any substance
- Failure to complete the 5 minute time limit to eat all the wings & a further 5 minute after burn period with no breaks allowed
- Wiping of face or hands is prohibited
- Consuming liquids is prohibited
- Failure to completely eat all chicken wing meat before beginning to eat another chicken wing
- Throwing up or regurgitating is prohibited
- Tampering with any of the approved timing devices
- These wings are extremely hot and should not be attempted or consumed by persons with any medical conditions relating to the consumption and passing of food.
- We are using the Guinness Book of Records 2015 Hottest Chilli for this challenge, the Carolina Reaper Chilli averaging at a whopping 1.569 million scoville heat units (SHU).
Do you DARE?
See in-store for full Terms & Conditions
Memphis BBQ Pit Website Content – 01.11.2015