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Costa Rica's President accidentally swallows wasp on live TV!

Costa Rica's President accidentally swallows wasp on live TV!”

While he was answering the press' questions, he accidentally swallowed a WASP and everyone cringed!

Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera joked with reporters after swallowing a small insect during an interview in Buenos Aires, Puntarenas province, CostaRica on Thursday, June 15.

Instead of gagging, the president was in stitches about his stunning snack.

"I ate it. I ate, I ate the wasp", he laughed, to the bemusement of onlookers, before taking a sip of water to wash it down.

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The woman standing behind him looked far more horrified. Solís exclaimed, before bursting out laughing along with media personnel.

Well, though it happened in a fraction of a second, people and cameramen did not miss the wasp going down the president's throat.

Solis got a mouthful of insect while he was talking about plans to open a concrete plant in the south of Costa Rica.



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