FANS were fuming last night after a snap of an anaemic hot dog costing £5.50 at Sheffield United was shared online.
The Blades advanced to the FA Cup fifth round after defeating Wrexham 3-1 in a replay.
However, it was not only the footy that had supporters talking.
Popular Twitter account “Footy Scran” shared an image of a large hot dog bun containing a skinny weiner, minus any onions, sauce or other filling, which was allegedly bought at the Championship side’s Bramall Lane ground.
They claimed that it had cost a hefty £5.50 – and their followers instantly gave it a big thumbs down.
One responded: “Looks like it tested positive for Covid.”
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Another response asked: "Cook it on a radiator?”
A fellow fan queried: “Is it supposed to be raw?”
Another tweeter wrote: “How much does it cost to have it cooked?”
One commented: “Yes hello, I'd like to report a crime.”
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A fellow fan said: “Used a lighter to ‘cook’ it I see.”
As another added: “Bit dry that, the cardboard looks more appealing.”
While a fellow follower hilariously wrote: “A good vet would get that back on it’s feet!”
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