This ‘ChaiWalla’ Tried Sending Samosa To Space, Only To Have It Crash Land In France


The idea of sending something to space still fascinates us. And a UK restaurant decided to take this a step forward by actually trying to send samosa into space, only have to have it crash-land in France.

Chai Walla, a popular Indian Fast-food restaurant in Bath used helium balloons to send a samosa to space, armed with a GoPro and GPS.

In this viral video, Niraj Gadher, the owner of ChaiWalla can be seen preparing the set-up for his rocket samosa and thought it clearly didn’t work out, it does make you laugh.

I said as a joke once that I would send a samosa into space, and then I thought during this bleak times we could all use a reason to laugh.

When the samosa did crash-landing in France, Niraj was quick to ask people to help him track it down. A man in France, Alex Mathon volunteered via Instagram to find the make-shift ‘spaceship’ and he actually found the missing remains, including the GoPro and the GPS.

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