In what has to be one of the craziest live food videos ever filmed, a cheeky chancer managed to talk his way onto a Live Tv show by poising as a television chef.
Comedian Nick Preuhe managed to fool five local TV networks in America into thinking he was a chef before peddling his crazy cuisine consisting of dishes like Ants on a Leg and mashed potato ice cream cones.
The funny antics were all caught on camera as Preuhe pushed his fake book, Leftovers Right: Making a winner out of last night's dinner, a way of coping with Thanksgiving leftovers.
At it’s most crazy level Preuhe convinces one anchor that suicide rates increased during Thanksgiving and that it was all down to the massive stress of trying to decide what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers.
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