Australian dad sets FIRE to $1,000 worth of Cadbury Caramilk chocolate bars ‘because no human should ever have to endure the pain of eating it’
- Bruno Bouchet is ‘The List King’ and posts videos reviewing different things
- The 33-year-old left a scathing review of Cadbury’s Caramilk chocolate bars
- ‘The milk chocolate and the caramel mix as well as Israel Folau at Mardi Gras,’
- A 16 block box of the chocolate was seen being advertised on eBay for $1,000
It’s the chocolate that some Australians can’t get enough of.
But one dad has decided Cadbury Caramilk isn’t a delicious treat – and has filmed himself burning more than a $1,000 worth of the chocolate.
Bruno Bouchet calls himself ‘The List King’ and posts videos of himself reviewing and rating different foods and products.
The 33-year-old’s series of lists have included his rating of his favourite ice creams, burgers, chocolate bars and soft drinks.
Bouchet posted his most recent review of Cadbury’s new Caramilk chocolate on his Instagram story, after a fan of his lists gave him a box to sample.
An Australian dad posted a video online of himself burning a box of Cadbury Caramilk chocolate bars (pictured) ‘because no human should ever have to endure the pain of eating these’
Bruno Bouchet (pictured) calls himself ‘The List King’ and posts videos of himself reviewing and rating different foods and drinks
The limited edition chocolate is frequently sold out in supermarkets, prompting people to sell the blocks for extortionate prices online.
A 16-block box of the chocolate was recently advertised on eBay for $1,000.
In the video, a shirtless Mr Bouchet is seen wearing a small crown while sitting near a fire with his haul of chocolate.
He tears into the first block, spilling squares on the ground before spitting them out and ripping in to his scathing review.
‘The milk chocolate and the caramel mix as well as Israel Folau at Mardi Gras,’ Bouchet said
‘Ergh, that is disgusting,’ he says.
‘Someone finally found a way to make milk chocolate taste even sh****er.’
Mr Bouchet blames the hype and advertising of the unique product for forcing people to like what he thinks is disgusting.
‘I’d rather bite into asbestos, this is horrible,’ he says.
He then proceeds to gather his chocolate and pile it into the fire, forcing thick smoke to billow through the frame.
‘No human should ever have to endure the pain of eating these,’ he says.
The bottom rung of Mr Bouchet’s rating system is the cat vomit tier, and for Cadbury’s Caramilk chocolate, he says ‘the cat vomit tier is too good for Caramilk.’
‘No human should ever have to endure the pain of eating these,’ Bouchet said as he threw all the chocolate into the fire