Robert Pattinson actually blew up his microwave mid-interview

If Robert Pattinson ever invites you around for dinner, think twice before accepting – or at least suggest you order in.

The 33-year-old has shared his rather wacky eating habits while in lockdown, and one involves a horrendous recipe for microwave pasta that legit blew up his microwave as he attempted to show it off.

Flexing his muscle as a keen photographer, the Batman star got behind, and in front of, the lens in his London rental for the latest issue of GQ, which he shot himself– sharing a keen insight into how he’s coping with quarantine in the capital.

Seems he’s had a lot of time to think as the star apparently wants to patent a ‘pasta which you can hold in your hand’ and during the interview with the magazine showed off the method behind the madness of the Piccolini Cuscino – or ‘Little Pillow’.

Yes, the darn thing has a name.

And no we don’t know if this isn’t just another one of RPatz’s made-up things as part of his interview performance art.

But, according to the publication – real recipe or not – Robert went and blew up his microwave while they chatted over video.

The actor’s recipe included a ‘giant, filthy dust-covered box of cornflakes,’ pre-sliced cheese, sauce (what sauce? ‘just any sauce’), sugar, penne, and water. Oh, and aluminium foil.

First he burnt himself with the pasta that he had microwaved (by his own admission, microwave pasta is ‘revolting’) he then accidentally lit one of his gloves on fire.

It was the work of an eccentric chef though as he persevered and covered the dish in foil before putting it in an appliance he insisted wasn’t a microwave but was clearly a microwave.

Apparently the grand home he’s living in, while production on The Batman is halted, has many an appliance that looks like an oven/microwave. We’ve never got the two mixed up, but we’re also not living in RPatz’s fancy flat.

The story, penned by senior writer Zach Baron read: ‘Proudly he is walking back toward the counter that his phone is on when, behind him, a lightning bolt erupts from the oven/microwave, and Pattinson ducks like someone outside has opened fire. He’s giggling and crouching as the oven throws off stray flickers of light and sound.

‘”The f**king electricity…oh, my God,” he says, still on the floor. And then, with a loud, final bang, the oven/microwave goes dark.

‘In the silence, Pattinson and I both stare at the mysterious piece of machinery built into the wall behind him.

‘“Yeah, I think I have to leave that alone,” he says, sighing again, picking himself off the floor. “But that is a Piccolini Cuscino.”’

Everything about this is a work of wonder.

Robert’s full interview is in the June/July issue of GQ, available 26 May.

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