Could be a short red bhut, when I grew them the pods tended to be a little bit longer. The shorter pod leans more towards a naga. The leaves on your plant are VERY Scorpion-like, so possibly a scorpion-naga cross of some kind. Chances are they are still quite hot. It's also worth stating that early-season pods can have irregular shapes.
Here is my current season Trinidad Moruga Scorpion plant, note the leaves:
Scorpion Moruga pods tend to have an inward folding near the tail, which is usually prominent, sometimes only hinted at, and occasionally missing:
Edited by KingLeerUK, 13 September 2018 - 10:20 AM.