Bakery creates terrifying human cake that screams when sliced

(FoxNews.com) - From bloody brides to horrifically realistic butchered animals, bakers are constantly pushing the limits when it comes to cake making.

But over the weekend, Chinese bakers took their craft to the extreme with a human-shaped confection that let out a realistic scream as diners cut into his sweet flesh.

Ai Si Wei Ni, a bakery in the Northeastern city of Shenyang, created the cake for the 1905 Creative Culture Park—a collective space dedicated to showcasing  art exhibitions, folk performances, experimental shows, studios and new eateries, reports the Daily Mail.

 

 

The skilled bakers created a realistic looking human torso on a special platform rigged to fit a real man underneath. Not only did the resemble a human body from the outside, but on the inside bakers added a red and pink jam to the spongy cake layers to mimic internal organs and blood.

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