Video: Vending machine makes people do crazy tasks for free food

12:28 10 July 2012

This vending machine tested how far people would go for a free snack

This vending machine tested how far people would go for a free snack

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Meet the Delite-o-matic – the vending machine which makes people do crazy things just to get a free snack.

As a prank, the machine was put in a mall in Australia with the promise that people could get free boxes of Delites rice snacks.

However, as people approached the machine they were set challenges before the snacks were released, ranging from pressing a button many thousands of times to performing hilarious acts.

The machine tested just how people would go for free food.

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