Vendor Douglas Bevans sold $38 Canadian ($28 US) bottles of hot dog water at Vancouver's Car Free Day festival to prove how vulnerable people are to "health-quackery product marketing." He sold 60 bottles, likening the taste to yoga-class perspiration.
Vendor Douglas Bevans sold $38 Canadian ($28 US) bottles of hot dog water at Vancouver's Car Free Day festival to prove how vulnerable people are to "health-quackery product marketing." He sold 60 bottles, likening the taste to yoga-class perspiration. Twitter/@BarstoolNate
Vendor Douglas Bevans sold $38 Canadian ($28 US) bottles of hot dog water at Vancouver's Car Free Day festival to prove how vulnerable people are to "health-quackery product marketing." He sold 60 bottles, likening the taste to yoga-class perspiration. Twitter/@BarstoolNate

Vendor sold $28 bottles of hot dog water to prove a point. And people drank it up

June 22, 2018 04:02 PM