In Japan, a recent trend has been the emergence of "blood cocktails," which are alcoholic drinks made with a combination of human blood.
Typically, the drinks are made with a combination of human blood, vodka, and other ingredients such as fruit juice or spices, where the drinks are said to have a unique flavour and are often served in bars and clubs.
Indeed, Japan is a place of unusual things and, this time around, another surprising thing has happened; a waitress used real human blood in a cocktail.
The power of technology has exposed an otherwise cultist ritual as the human blood-contained cocktail in Japan went viral.
The cafe, called Mondaiji Con Cafe Daku, has a concept where they hire waiters who wear dark and gothic make-up, but it looks like they took the theme a bit forward.
The waiter reportedly mixed his own blood in the drink at the request of a customer.
The cafe said the waiter's move was "absolutely unacceptable" and announced that it would be closed for a day as they were going to change their drinking glasses.
He added that the waiter's actions "are no different from part-time job terrorism in Japan.
Cases of people becoming infected by drinking someone else's blood are rare but serious diseases can be transmitted through blood, including HIV, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B and syphilis.
If there are sores in the mouth, it is easy to be transmitted through blood.
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