FOOTBALL fans have reacted to a disgusting hot dog on offer at non-league club Lancaster City after an image went viral on social media.
The semi-professional outfit currently ply their trade in the seventh tier of English football – the Northern Premier League Premier Division.
But as low down the football pyramid as they are, the food is still well below what supporters would come to expect.
That is if you take the hot dog in question as an accurate representation of the sustenance on sale.
A photo of the grey, long sausage was posted on Instagram along with the caption: “Imagine paying £4 for a hot dog at Lancaster City and open it up to this.”
And fans responded in their droves to the dreadful piece of matchday grub.
One said: “Is it another £4 for it to be cooked???”
While another stunned punter added: “Sausage needs 12 mins on the sun beds.”
A third said: “How do these workers not get the boot? 😭😭.”
And a fourth joked about the process they had used to serve it, saying: “Cooked on the radiator 😂.”
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Earlier this year, Manchester United came under fire from BT presenter Jake Humphrey after he was served up scrambled eggs and mashed potato at Old Trafford.
SunSport then looked at the good and bad UK grounds when it came to matchday grub.
And Chelsea were slammed for their £5.90 hot dog as Stamford Bridge’s food was labelled one of the worst.