MasterChef Spain Contestant Kicked Out For Serving Up Dead Bird To Judges
A MasterChef Spain contestant has been booted from the competition after serving up a rather unappetising meal.
Contestants on the show, which has different national editions all over the world, constantly work to create culinary masterpieces that make viewers at home salivate until they nearly drown.
Regardless of their speciality outside the series, each episode sees the chefs provided with all sorts of ingredients and they have to work with whatever they're given.
However, it seems like one challenge was seemingly too difficult for one competitor.
According to News Corp, Saray was uncomfortable with defeathering a bird for the Spanish series' latest episode. As a result, she said a big 'FU' to the judges and served up an uncooked, unplucked partridge.
Look, she gave it a go in terms of presentation. Saray covered the bird in some cherry tomatoes and a nice looking sauce. Obviously it's still not edible but hey, you can't knock a good bit of presentation.
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When the social worker was called forward, the look of 'I am seriously over this' covered her face as she handed over the 'meal'.
The judges and other competitors looked genuinely shocked with one saying: "This is never seen in MasterChef."
Saray was also feeling a little discontented on the show, having claimed some of the previous critiques she had received in other rounds were unfair or harsh. After getting a much bigger spray from the judges, she waved them goodbye and left the competition.
Since the bizarre moment was uploaded to social media, people have been going wild.
One person wrote: "MasterChef Spain is more exciting than the British version! Contestant serves up an uncooked, unplucked partridge because she´s pissed off that her effort in the previous round was rubbished by the judges."
Another added: "It was a big mistake to get into the program. But once inside, she made it clear to her level and her class as a person: 0. 0 education, 0 respect, 0 knowing how to be, 0 cooking, 0 responsibility. It is ridiculous and embarrassing."
A third said: "I do not understand, they would have to try the dish, expelling someone without tasting it does not seem fair."
All eyes are now on Masterchef Australia contestants to see if anyone can beat this for drama. That's one hell of a tall order.
Featured Image Credit: MasterChef Spain/1 Channel