Chocolate lovers should all book their flights to Germany — immediately. There was a chocolate spill in Werl, Germany. Yes. A chocolate spill.
Who would clean up a chocolate spill you might ask?
A massive chocolate spill left a sweet, sweet mess on the streets of Germany, and 25 firefighters were called in to clean it up https://t.co/pmYkP1qOvq
— FOOD INSIDER (@InsiderFood) December 12, 2018
Firefighters — 25 of them — were tasked with the cleanup.
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) December 12, 2018
In total, one ton of milk chocolate froze onto the pavement. A technical issue at the DreiMeister chocolate factory in Westönnen caused the sweet goodness to spill out of a storage tank.
This is probably the most excited anyone has ever been about an industrial accident.
This is a dream! I would be on the floor eating or licking every possible piece of that giant chocolate spillage. #whatdreamsaremadeof
— LadyRach (@LadyRach) December 12, 2018
— ☃️🎄 Pádraigín ☃️🎄 (@sportygirlplays) December 12, 2018
Others thought about how they would eat it.
on the bright side you can just scrape off the bottom layer. If that doesn't work I'll still eat it
— SoundBagel (@BagelAnimations) December 12, 2018
five second rule? 😬
— Monica Reyhani (@monicareyhani) December 12, 2018
Why wasn’t I invited to this shoveling party. I would have brought my own spoon. ☹️
— Margarita (@AHappyMargarita) December 12, 2018
We’re all thinking the same thing.