Woman Told She's 'Breaking The Law’ After Washing Chocolate Off Dairy Milk To Make It Healthier
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A woman has been rinsed on TikTok after posting a video of herself washing chocolate off a Dairy Milk bar to make it 'healthier':
The woman posted what we hope is a p***-taking video following on from the viral trend of people washing chocolate off things such as biscuits, Kit-Kats and Twix.
In the clip, the woman uses the audio from an earlier video of someone washing the chocolate of Mikado sticks (which is just as unforgivable). The original poster explains that she finds the treat 'way too sweet' so she likes to rinse all the chocolate off under the tap.
She can be heard saying: "My boyfriend gave me these as a present. But the chocolate on them is way too sweet. So I wash it under hot water and you have a way healthier, delicious alternative."
Many people were quick to point out that the TikTok user washing the Dairy Milk was going to be literally washing all of the chocolate away and would be left with air.
One person wrote: "BRO THAT'S ILLEGAL," while another said: "WHAT'S THE POINT OF HAVING IT THEN. YOU COULD OF GIVEN IT TO ME DAMN."
A third commented: "I hope next time she goes to sleep her pillows are warm on both sides." OUCH.
Someone else wrote: "The disrespect to Dairy Milk," and another added: "THIS IS A VIOLATION. WHY IS THERE NO WARNING?"
When one person suggested she just eat it, the creator replied: "I don't like chocolate." WHAT?
Someone else asked: "Are you not going to jail for that?"
In January, someone posted a similar video washing chocolate off a Kit-Kat which led to calls for her to be 'sentenced to life' in prison.
As the audio plays, a hand can been seen washing away the chocolate from the Kit Kat to reveal the now very damp wafer underneath.
As you may have guessed, the clip didn't go down well with chocolate-lovers, with one person asking: "Honestly, who hurt you?" Someone else wrote: "Right to jail."
Another said: "You should be sentenced to life with no chance of parole."
Following the influx of condemnation the woman who posted the clip explained: "It's a parody! Don't take it serious."
Sometimes, we just can't tell with the world of viral media what is serious and what isn't. But when it comes to chocolate, clearly people aren't willing to overlook things as a joke.