FARMFOODS have been hilariously trolled online as one of their kebab products has been accused of looking like “offcuts of a carpet”.
The Kebab Meat and Cheesy Chips item, which can be found in Farmfoods branches across the UK, is being sold for just £1, however it does not seem to have been a hit with social media uers.
An image of the find was posted on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group yesterday with the caption: “Farmfoods are selling Kebab meat and Cheesy Chips for £1!”
Pictures show a handful of chips encased in a metal tin.
They are joined by a small pot of grated cheese and slices of doner kebab meat.
The kebab meat is cut into perfectly cut rectangles, unlike the shavings of meat that is normally found in a doner kebab.
The product is described as being: “Cooked sliced doner kebab meat with crinkle cut potato chips with grated coloured analogue, mozzarella and edam mix and frozen.”
The post has since received over 6500 comments and up to 1183 shares.
Social media users have hilariously slammed the product.
Ricky Arsenal Sargeant reacted by saying: “If Jeremy Kyle was a dinner.”
Amy Lawrenson commented: “This is the sort of meal one would eat before a sad w*** and an early night alone.”
Katie Goddard said: “Kebab meat…. looks like my dog’s schmackos (dog treat).”
Repulsed by the post, Carla Jackles commented: “I just got ecoli and needed a tetanus just looking at this.”
Joe Myles wrote: “Shredded wheat, chips and coleslaw. Breakfast at Barlinnie.”
Paul Boyd was not a fan either. He said: “I’d rather eat the tin.”
Daniella Marie King commented that the product “looks like off cuts of a carpet”.
In reference to the news this week that Greggs were launching a vegan sausage roll, Lindsey Elliott said: “This exists and people lose their s*** over a sausage roll that has no meat in it.”
There were some users who defended the product.
Kerrie Alice Ayres said: “Never judge a book by its cover. It might taste nice.”
Olivia Gordon wrote: “Would love to just shove a kebab in the oven after college tbf.”
Eleanor Cooney commented: “It’s actually really nice. I’m gutted it’s been shared, be none left when I go to get some now.”
The kebab meat and chips delicacy is usually adored by drunken revellers after a night out.
Farmfoods have refused to comment on this issue.
Last month a video emerged online of a man throwing kebab meat and chips at the face of a homeless man in Derby city centre.