Talk about junk food: Artist cooks his own penis and testicles for guests
Foodies, take note.
Human genitalia is now considered fair game for exotic types — that is, if you don’t mind shelling out a few hundred bucks for the opportunity.
On May 13 Tokyo artist Mao Sugiyama served his severed penis and testicles to five guests, who paid around $250 each to eat the braised parts.
Japan doesn’t have a law against cannibalism, so no criminal charges will be filed, Agence France-Presse reports.
Before going balls-deep into the feast, Sugiyama’s guests were entertained with a piano recital and panel discussion.
Have an appetite? You’ll have to wait for someone else to decide to surgically remove their genitals. After all, it’s not like Sugiyama can provide a second serving — at least as far as we know.
Cannibalism laws in the United States forbid such activity, so getting a serving of Rocky Mountain oysters (homo sapien style) might be more expensive than most people would like.
It might be some time before there’s another opportunity to partake in this delicacy. In the meantime, keep an eye on Twitter. That’s where the meal was first advertised.