Nat Geo Host Eats a Pig's Eyeball
Nat Geo host Piers Gibbon goes the extra mile to be a gracious guest in a remote village when he eats a cooked pig’s eye. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
Who knew that pig's eye is a delicacy?
Nat Geo host Piers Gibbon found a tribe in the remote rain forest of New Guinea that initiated their guest by making him eat, of all things, a pig's eye.
When he tried to swallow the eyeball, he gagged and spit it out. But then he tried again.
"I really don't recommend you chew a pig eyeball, but if you do, there comes a point where it bursts, and there's hot-cooked eyeball juice hitting you in the mouth and that's quite challenging," said Gibbon.
Eating with Cannibals, part of National Geographic Channel's Expedition Week, airs Monday night.
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