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David Hasselhoff tests Slovak sweets

What tastes weird according to him?

(Source: Youtube)

David Hasselhoff, American actor and performer, spent several days in Slovakia, performing in Prešov at the Dobrý festival (Good Festival). He got a chance to taste typical Slovak sweets and savoury snacks, such as Horalky, Mäta (Mint) or white chips.

When eating a soya bar, he hesitated.

“It’s weird, this looks really weird,” said Hasselhoff when he unwrapped the bar. He does not like the taste either and described it with the word ‘strange.’

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