The’salad eating contest’ between a woman and a large rabbit has been called off.

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The’salad eating contest’ between a woman and a large rabbit has been called off.

Raina Huang, 27, and Honey ‘Mega’ Bunny, unknown age, were scheduled to compete at Chop Stop salad restaurant in Glendale, California, tomorrow.

The pandemic has forced the cancellation of a salad-eating competition between a woman and a large rabbit.

Raina Huang, 27, and Honey ‘Mega’ Bunny, age unknown, were scheduled to compete tomorrow at Chop Stop salad restaurant in Glendale, California.

The human competitor, however, “fell ill and tested positive for Covid 19,” forcing the organizers to cancel the event.

Organizers said Huang had her sights set on eating a world record four pounds of salad at the event.

They went on to say that the eyebrow-raising event would be rescheduled, but no date was given in a “media alert” they sent out.

Huang, who was born in China, said on her Instagram story yesterday, “Chop Stop event postponed cuz I’m not feeling good enough for an eating contest yet.”

Chop Stop advertised the event by claiming that the rabbit mocked Huang, saying she “doesn’t know the first thing about salad eating, and should stick to hotdogs.”

Honey is an “over-hyped good luck charm” who Huang plans to reduce to “rabbit stew,” according to Chop Stop’s Instagram post.

Huang’s decision to withdraw was announced on Friday.

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Raina Huang, a competitive eater who just returned from a tour of the East Coast, has become ill and tested positive for Covid.

The Chop Stop Salad Eating Contest, which is set to take place in January, is a good example of this.

The eleventh episode has been canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

It said, “We wish Raina a speedy recovery.”

One Twitter user reacted to the news with, “How convenient when you don’t want to face the champion.”

“I hope she’s feeling better! I’d love to see this event if it’s rescheduled,” someone else added.

Huang was previously referred to as a “dirty, lying wh***” by a Colorado pizzeria owner who claimed she was attempting to defraud him.

Huang, who lives in Los Angeles, went to StevO’s Pizza n Ribs in Aurora in June of last year to compete in the OMG 28” pizza challenge, which requires participants to eat the pizza in under an hour without stopping for a (dollar)100 prize.

However, surveillance footage obtained by ABC 7 Denver revealed the identity of the restaurant’s owner.

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