THE NEXT TIME you feel you have little to be doing, think of the people who sent a kebab into space.
Earlier this month, Swiss chip shop owner Pascal Leuthold decided to launch one of his kebabs into the air, as you bloody well do.
He attached the kebab to a weather balloon and it soared 124,000 feet into the atmosphere, maintaining its beautiful shape and contents all the while:
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The drunken delicacy spent a grand total of two hours in the sky before crashing back down into a tree.
According to Metro, it returned to the earth frozen solid. Leuthold said:
We are all very proud that we actually managed to pull this off – it took about three months to plan and film. It feels very cool to have launched the first kebab into space.
Some questions: What did they do with the kebab after it came back down? Was it just thrown in the bin like the remnants of any other non-history making kebab? Seems unfair.
Zaytoon, we don’t know why you hire a wise kebab doctor if he’s not going to come up with ideas like this. We could have been pioneers.