DODGY-looking food sold at football grounds has been revealed by supporters in hilarious online posts.
Back in 2019, Spurs fan George Tucker was left less than amused when he got a dry sausage in a huge burger bap – after ordering a hot dog.
Spurs fan George Tucker was left less than amused when he got a dry sausage in a huge burger bap – after ordering a hot dogCredit: George Tucker/Twitter
And his dissatisfaction was shared on Facebook and other supporters revealed their culinary disappointments – as footy fans can FINALLY look forward to getting back into grounds when they are permitted with the coronavirus restrictions easing.
George bought the dry hot dog for £2 while watching non-league Frome Town in Somerset.
He tweeted: “Got myself a hot dog today @FromeTownFC and this is what I got!!! £2 I’ll never get back.”
Steven Bullard joked: “Looks more like a cold puppy than a hot dog.”
John Blackley quipped: “A solid investment.”
Scott Avery responded: “Looks as though the sausage died there over four years ago.”
The red-faced Southern League Division One South side then messaged him back blaming the poor food on a new member of staff.
The club said: “That’s embarrassing.
“Free ticket and a burger next time you come over just let me know.
“It was a new member of staff, sorry!”
George then replied: “Thank you! That’s a very kind gesture.”
Hartley Wintney FC – who play in the Southern League Premier Division South – based 70 miles away in Hampshire then chipped in.
They tweeted a photo of a delicious looking cheese and bacon burger adding: “Bit of a trek but if you’re ever at the top of Hampshire.”
Hartley Wintney FC reckon their fare fares betterCredit: Hartley Wintney FC/Twitter
George’s original post was then shared on Facebook group ‘Football Away Days’ which led to other fans revealing their footy ground food horror experiences.
Tristan Broadhead posted a snap of his crusty-looking pie he said he bought at Championship side Barnsley.
He said: “Standard pie quality at Oakwell.”
Jason Green shared his adding: “Doncaster away a few weeks back.
“Not the worst I’ve had but hard af.”
Tristan Broadhead posted a snap of his crusty-looking pie he said he bought at Championship side BarnsleyCredit: Tristan Broadhead/Facebook
Jason Green was not impressed by the state of his pie at DoncasterCredit: Jason Green/Facebook
Archie Crane then posted a photo of his cheesy chips he said he purchased at League Two StevenageCredit: Archie Steven Crane/Facebook
Archie Crane then posted a photo of his cheesy chips he said he purchased at League Two Stevenage.
It showed a small portion of chips with a tragic slice of burger cheese draped over the top.
He said: “This beaut from Stevenage a few years ago.
“Wonder if it’s one or two Michelin stars.”
Ali Duncan said: “Cheese burger away at Peterborough in 2012.
“Can still taste it and want to gag.”
Jack West claimed he even had a boiled burger at Hartlepool away and said: “Who boils a burger?”
Luca even claimed she bought this atrocity from WembleyCredit: Luca Darling/Facebook
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