I see little reason to suspect it's fake. Remember what a chimera is. It is a plant (or animal) with two types of cells that are genetically different. In this case it looks like there was a mutation in one of the plant's cells which prevents the production of chlorophyll (albinism). This probably happened close to a growing tip, or otherwise it wouldn't have spread as it did. If you look closely at the fruit picture you can see that a thin stripe of white growth runs up the main stem before it reaches the fruit stem where it becomes more pronounced.
The two pictures of half green pods that someone posted doesn't look like chimeras to me. It just seems like they have ripened halfway and if they had been left on the plant the whole fruit would probably have changed colour. In a true chimera I would expect the border between the two tissues to be much sharper.
Someone also mentioned the fish pepper but could it really be a chimera since it grow true from seed?
Edited by Diafond, 02 December 2017 - 08:09 PM.