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Disgusting Food Museum to open in Malmo, exhibiting bull penis, rotten shark and maggot cheese

The world’s first – and possibly last – Disgusting Food Museum will open in Malmo, Sweden’s third largest city, on 31 October. The unusual attraction will exhibit some of the most divisive dishes from around the globe, from rotten shark (a delicacy in Iceland) to south-east Asia’s infamously foul-smelling durian, a type of fruit so pungent it’s banned on public transport in Singapore. A raw bull’s penis, fermented herring from Sweden, roasted guinea pig from Peru and maggot cheese from Sardinia will also feature as part of the museum, which is open for just three months, until the end of January 2019.

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