Christmas Turkey is roasted on the world’s most expensive cooker… a $500,000 Lamborghini Aventador!

Moment Christmas bird is roasted on the world's most expensive cooker... a £300,000 LAMBORGHINI

This is the moment a Christmas turkey was roasted on the world’s most expensive cooker – a £300,000(~ $500,000) Lamborghini.

Car blogger Tim Burton, from London, bought a fresh turkey and put the festive bird on the end of a pitchfork.

He then bravely stood behind the 700bhp Lamborghini Aventador and got the owner of the supercar to rev as hard as he could.

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Moment Christmas bird is roasted on the world's most expensive cooker... a £300,000 LAMBORGHINI

As the Italian motor reached a whopping 9,000 revs, huge flames spewed from its exhaust – blasting the turkey with extreme heat.

Mr Burton, who makes YouTube videos under the name Shmee150, stood while the bird was given the alternative Christmas roasting for more than ten minutes.

The result was a browned turkey – although the high octane method is unlikely to replace the oven around the country any time soon.

Moment Christmas bird is roasted on the world's most expensive cooker... a £300,000 LAMBORGHINI

Moment Christmas bird is roasted on the world's most expensive cooker... a £300,000 LAMBORGHINI

He said: ‘It is a standard Christmas ritual that I collect the turkey for our family lunch and this year I thought I’d try a new way to cook it.

‘I’m not sure I’d recommend this though unless you enjoy the taste of exhaust gases.’

Moment Christmas bird is roasted on the world's most expensive cooker... a £300,000 LAMBORGHINI

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