Kim Kardashian FREAKS OUT Over 'Piranha Pedicure'! Watch The Hilarious Video!


May 1 2013, Published 8:50 a.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian is NOT a fan of "piranha pedicures" it appears!

The pregnant 32-year-old had a major freak out the second she dipped her tootsies into the water tank and the tiny fish starting nibbling away, and has the hilarious video!


Kim kardashian had a MAJOR freak out while trying a fish pedicure in Greece on Monday!

Kim stopped by a beauty parlor in Greece on Monday and was literally screaming in horror at the unusual pedicure procedure, which started originally in Asia and has since become the hot new thing.

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While Kim moaned and wailed, big sister Kourtney sat demurely by her side with her own feet firmly entrenched in the fish filled water, while Khloe captured the proceedings on camera.


In the proceedure, which started in Asia, little tiny fish nibble at the dead skin on your feet

"I'm about to do a fish pedicure," Kim explains at the beginning of the video, which she subsequently posted on her Keek page.


And, then the screaming starts—the very minute she lowers her feet into the tank and the tiny fish begin nibbling away at her dead skin.

"Oh my god, oh my god, I don't like it, I don't like it!" Kim wails. "Can I take them out, can I take them out?

"I hate it!"


I hate it! Kim started screaming the second her feet hit the water

Fish pedicures have been banned in four U.S. states following numerous health warnings over the proceedure.

As the fish can't be sterilized there is a worry that the unconventional pedicure method could spread infections, including HIV and Hepatitis C.


Kourtney sat calmly through her pedicure while little sister Khloe caught Kim's freak out on camera!

Would you have a 'piranha pedicure'? Sound off in comments below and tweet us @OKMagazine


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