Overseas Pizza Huts are known for putting a lot of weird things in pizza crusts. Pizza Hut Middle East, for example, recently shoved cheeseburgers and chicken nuggets into its crusts—a mild improvement on 2010’s meatball and Philadelphia cream cheese crust. Now Pizza Hut Malaysia is getting in on the action with this “first time ever” squirting crust pizza: oozing with (a hopefully not searing hot) “burst of cheese and tangy sauce.” Even more bizarre than the messy pie is the ad (above) promoting it. The commercial chronicles every girl’s dream: getting a proposal at the local Pizza Hut after biting into a exploding piece of experimental pizza.
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