WATCH: Mars and Snickers bars thrown, burned in Saudi

In this viral Facebook video, an undetermined number of Mars and Snickers chocolate bars were thrown and burned in a pit in Saudi Arabia.

The uploader, Syed Saleem, posted on March 26 that authorities prevented the sale of the products after it allegedly killed children.

"They are ordinary chocolates, but when it come into contact with body liquids, they will expand and become big tissue. Many Gaza and Arab children were dead. Just imagine the tissue all around the children's intestines," his caption reads.


Posted by Syed Saleem on Saturday, March 26, 2016

As of 10 p.m. on March 28, the video already got more than 346,000 views on Facebook.

It circulated on social media over a month following reports that Mars and Snickers bars were recalled in 56 countries after a customer in Germany found a piece of red plastic in his Snickers bar on January 8.

The company released a statement and revealed that the products affected by the recall include Mars, Milky Way, Snickers, Celebrations and Mini Mix that are made at the Mars factory in the southern town of Veghel in the Netherlands.

The products with a "best-before" date of between June 19, 2016, and January 8, 2017 were reportedly recalled.