Boy caught consuming flies alive after they land on his face throughout dwell TV broadcast

Boy caught eating flies alive after they land on his face during live TV broadcast

AN AUSTRALIAN boy has been dubbed ‘Lord of the Flies’ after consuming the pesky bugs throughout a TV broadcast.

The lad should have had a frog in his throat as he caught his tongue out and rapidly swallowed two crawling close to his mouth.

Whereas he smiled on the digicam, one in all a number of flies begins crawling in direction of his mouth
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Unperturbed, the lad rapidly sticks his tongue out
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Inside seconds, he swallows one, after which one other fly additionally meets its destiny
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He and his household appeared on Channel 10’s The Mission, the place the farmers spoke concerning the difficulties they confronted dealing with extreme drought Down Underneath.

However he appeared to do a spot of fly-fishing because the moisture-seeking bugs openly walked nearer to his mouth.

Quite than inform them to bug-ger off on dwell TV, he calmly seemed straight into the digicam, whereas rapidly swallowing them.

And the boy’s calm manner impressed some on web site Reddit, the place the clip was shared.

Many dubbed him Lord of the Flies whereas some puzzled whether or not he’d been “raised by frogs”.

KaZac2005 didn’t suppose the boy had bitten off greater than he might chew, and defended him by posting: “That’s Bush tucker for ya.

“For non Australians flies are a delicacy.”

Nevertheless Majsmartin wrote: “I’ve been to Australia and I can affirm that flies prefer to crawl into your mouth for some silly motive.

“Annoying and gross as hell. This although, that is horrible.”

Such feedback prompted down-to-earth Killbot5 to level out: “In sizzling environments, they go for moisture like your mouth, nostril and eyes.

“Once you’re in a drought, flies could be an essential supply of protein.”

The boy was filmed for Channel 10’s The Mission in Oz
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