Tennessee Man Arrested for Allegedly Putting His Testicles in Salsa

The man is now in custody with a $45,000 bond for charges of adulteration of foods, liquids, or pharmaceuticals.

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A Tennessee man was arrested after he allegedly dipped his nutsack in a container of salsa that was later delivered to a customer. 

According to reports, Howard Webb was accompanying his friend Chaneese Booker while she responded to orders for the Dinner Delivered service. While completing an order for El Jimador restaurant, Booker received a low tip. As a result, Webb "placed his testicles" in a salsa container that was later delivered to the customer. And, if you needed proof, there's a video of Webb committing the act that was posted to Facebook. 

"This is what you get when you give an 89 cents tip for an almost 30-minute drive," the driver reportedly says in the video.

Webb replied: "Oh, oh it feels good on my balls." 

Ultimately, this clip is what led to Webb arrest. Per the authorities, they began to investigate the incident after another Dinner Delivered employee pointed them towards the direction of the 14-second clip. As a result, Booker has since been fired by the company while Webb is in custody with a $45,000 bond for charges of adulteration of foods, liquids, or pharmaceuticals.

Although this customer was an unwilling participant, some people in the craft beer community welcome testicle-flavored drinks. As reported by Delish, both a Colorado-based company and a brewery in Iceland have developed ball-flavored beer. And despite Colorado's Wynkoop Brewing Co. creating the beverage as an April Fools joke, it is now offered as an annual limited release for its growing fanbase.

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