The Bhut Jolokia chili pepper stands as one of the hottest peppers in the world, containing one million Scoville Heat Units, de acuerdo a Pepper Geek.
Foster’s latest world record was set on Nov. 14, 2021 en san diego, Calif., where passers-by watched him scarf down the hot peppers.
The ghost pepper eater holds the world record for finishing six Carolina Reaper chili peppers in 8.72 segundos, alongside breaking the world record for the fastest time to eat three of the peppers in 2017.
The previous record holder for the most eaten Carolina Reaper chili peppers was held by Mike Jack, who ate three in 9.72 segundos, according to Food Network.
When Foster isn’t setting records for eating the hottest peppers, he’s making business with his own company calledInferno Farms— selling spicy products and hot sauce.
“As a chili lover, I’ve been trying to advance the awareness and the excitement surrounding the super-hot chilis out there,” Foster said.
“This attempt was solely a personal endeavour to achieve another Guinness World Record alongside my currently standing [ones]. I love chilli eating and pushing myself.”