Is This the Hottest Pizza?

Arkansas pizzeria tops pizza with scorching-hot peppers.




More than 20 hot peppers top the Randy's Pepper Pizza Challenge pie.

Pizza for Life

If you thought a few jalapenos were spicy, there's a guy in Arkansas who is topping his pizza with more than 20 fiery peppers including ghost peppers, Caroline reapers and Trinidad scorpions and challenging his customers to eat an entire pie.

At Pizza for Life in Benton, Arkansas, owner Randy Zwetz began Randy's Pepper Pizza Challenge to provide his customers with something no one else offers, according to a story on ArkansasMatters.com.

If anyone is actually able to finish the scorchingly hot pizza (no one has done so yet), they get the pizza free along with a collection of prizes and their picture on the wall.

In the meantime, Randy has increased his insurance policy and sent a sample of the sauce off to experts to test its heat level.

 

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