When I worked in a restaurant, I had one of the prep cooks dice up a large bunch (about 20-30) of Habanero peppers (about 1000 times hotter than Jalapenos). Told the kid to use plastic gloves or he'd burn his hands. He didn't listen and used his bare hands, and then washed them a couple of times to stop the burning. Now, the funny thing about capiscum oil (the stuff that causes the burning sensation),; it doesn't wash off!!!! Matter of fact, it's just like the oil in poison ivy, it just spreads to whetever else you touch.
About a half-hour later, he went to the bathroom, and whipped out his willy, did his business, tucked eveything away, washed his hands and went back into the kitchen and washed his hands again. A few minutes later, he was wigglin' and squirmin' and lookin' kinda, uhm, UNCOMFORTABLE, if ya know what I mean. Pretty soon, his face was all red, he was bent over with tears streaming down his face; "What do I DOOOO???" he asked. I told him to stick it in a glass of milk (truth! The casien protein in the milk binds with the capiscum and it stops the burning almost instantly,..... just don't drink the milk