I got some hot pepper plants from 2 places, one said he only has hot pepper plants. attach is pic of leaves. To me it doesn't look like a tomato type plant. But the fruit looks like a tomato . The leaves do not smell like a tomato plant and in the hot Florida weather the bell peppers and tomato plants do not do to good in the hot summer sun. This plant is loving the hot sun as long as I water it 2 times a day and give it bone meal and tomato food. Thanks
P.S. The seeds I had order was Bhut Jolokia which I know this is not that and Trinidad Scorpion hot pepper but it does not look like any of the plants in the pics of a Trinidad Scorpion hot pepper plant.
Peppers and Tomatoes are members of the Solanaceae family, and there are a number of wild Solanaceae which bear similarities to both peppers and tomatoes, some of which are poisonous. I strongly advise against sampling the fruit unless you can obtain a 100% positive ID of something edible.
Your fruit seem to resemble oddly shaped peppers, but the leaves do not look right for pepper leaves to me, they are similar to some Solanum, though this plant could be from another genera. According to the USDA Plant database, these are the Solanaceae family members known to be found in Citrus County, Florida:
Capsicum annuum var. annuum
Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum
Lycium carolinianum var. carolinianum
JELyons...look at the second picture in this link...it shows some young green Bhut Jolokia Ghost peppers on a plant. They bear a striking resemblance to the pic you posted...look lower right corner of the pic.
I started all the sends inside in Hydroponic. They out grew my set up. So I am taking that's it a ornamental eggplant. It has started to turn red now and very nice looking. Will take pics and post after it turns red. Thanks everyone..