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The python pizza exists

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Thanks to Pizza Hut's increasingly unhinged array of hotdog-stuffed-cheeseburger-crust whatevers, it takes a lot to surprise us when it comes to pizzas these days.

So full marks to Evan's Neighborhood Pizza in Fort Myers, Florida for this absolute monstrosity.

They've created a special offering called 'The Everglades' which is your standard cheese and tomato pizza. But with alligator meat, frogs legs and python on top. The name is taken from the national park, as pythons have gone wild there.

Unsurprisingly, it isn't cheap and a medium will set you back around $45. It will also haunt your dreams for at least a week. Probably.

Your move, Pizza Hut.

[via WECT]

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