Diners Are Horrified As their Half-Eaten Fish Attempts to Jump off their Plate

Sashimi eaters like their fish raw, but not so raw that it jumps off the plate!

In a recent video posted online, a half-eaten sashimi fish is seen wiggling its fins and then jumping off the plate as Japanese diners scream in horror.

WPXI speculates that soy sauce may have been the trigger for the fish’s movement.

According to an NPR report on why supposedly dead food moves while on a plate, Extra sodium (the salt) sends ions to the cell that trigger the cell to open up, creating a cascade of chemical activities that causes the cell to fire, so the muscle twitches.”

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