Buzz·Posted on Oct 8, 2012Man Dies After Eating 30 Roaches, 30 Worms And 100 MillipedesA bug-eating contest ends in tragedy.by Jessica TestaBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Via Facebook: edward.w.barry This is Edward "Barry" Archbold. He died Friday night after collapsing in front of Ben Siegel Reptiles in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Archbold had just won a bug-eating contest, the prize for which was a python.During the contest, he reportedly ate 30 of these cockroaches... Via http://Shutterstock Shutterstock 100 of these millipedes... Via http://Shutterstock and more than 30 of these worms... View this video on YouTube This video was taken during the contest. Archbold is on the far left, wearing a yellow shirt. He walks out of the frame early — the collapse isn't caught on tape. After collapsing, the 32-year-old was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.The news spread quickly on message boards — especially within the eating-contest community.On Friday night, the contest (and Archbold's illness) was even tweeted. Via Twitter: @_PrettyNinjaa Archbold himself posted to Facebook with updates on his progress. Via Facebook: edward.w.barry The last photo Archbold uploaded, with the caption "Super worms....." Via Facebook: edward.w.barry His last update. Via topix.com After news of his death spread, Archbold's friends and fellow competitors tried to explain what really happened. Via topix.com Via Facebook: reptileshop2 The business holding the contest also issued a statement. In the aftermath of his death, the debate continues as to who's at fault — Archbold for entering the contest, or the reptile shop for not providing EMS supervision.