When your bag of spicy Doritos comes with a freaking warning label, you're probably in for way more than just neon cheese-dusted fingers.
For a 14-year-old British girl, the stupidly spicy chips hidden in bags of Doritos Roulette, were more than she could handle. Beth Laybourn, a student at George Pindar School in Scarborough, said she had trouble breathing and feared she was "going to die" after eating one of the chips during a Russian roulette-style game with her brother and a friend, according to a report by The Guardian.
Laybourn, who is asthmatic, later had a severe asthma attack at school, and now, the school is warning parents about what they've dubbed as "Dangerous Doritos." Welp.
A Doritos spokesperson apologized after the incident and emphasized the warning on the bag, saying, "The front of the pack states, ‘Warning: Some of these chips are ultra spicy,' while we also say they are not recommended for young children," according to a report by The Sun.