VANCOUVER, Canada (KTRK) -- People at a Vancouver festival were fooled into buying a health food that was not healthy. It was hot dog water.
Douglas Bevins, a vendor at the festival, sold the hot dog water for $38 a bottle, claiming that it would improve brain function, keep you looking younger and help with weight loss.
After selling dozens of bottles, Bevins admitted it was all a stunt.
He said that he did it so people would stop buying products just because they are trendy or someone claims they are healthy.