With Halloween coming up the world's very first glow-in-the-dark ice cream was launched at a huge price of £140 for a single scoop.
The spooky cold dessert has been invented by Charlie Francis from Bristol who said that the ice-cream got the glow from a synthesised kind of protein that makes jellyfish glow.
He says he invented the glowing ice cream after studying sea creatures that glow under water.
After finding enough evidence he asked some Chinese experts to produce the protein required to make the ice-cream glow in the dark with the same luminescence which marine life uses in the sea.
He informed, "The protein we are using in the ice cream reacts with your tongue at neutral pH. So as your mouth warms up the protein it will raise the pH level and the ice cream will glow."
He also thought of the right time to share his invention with the world, Halloween, when spooky and eerie stuff hit the market in huge numbers.
People can now enjoy a spooky treat glowing in their mouths and helping them scare friends and be the scariest in Halloween parties.
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