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.

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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