A bloke has disgusted Brits with his bizarre foodie creation – and many are saying the dish is a “crime against nature”.
His weird take on a 99 cone had people shuddering!
After all, the classic British ice cream van treat is usually made with tasty soft serve ice cream, syrup or juice and a chocolate flake.
Unfortunately, the social media user decided to grab an ice cream cone and fill it with a scoop of mashed potato topped with gravy, peas and a meaty flake.
Posting on Reddit, he captioned a snap of the meal: “Made a cracking savoury 99 last night.”
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He went on to add: “For clarity, the sauce is lamb gravy also the ‘kebab’ is actually a lidl Cumberland sausage.
“Kids love it, recommend adding sweetcorn as well as peas, for exotic hundreds & thousands.”
However, despite racking up almost 200 likes and plenty of comments not everyone was keen on the idea of the savoury cone.
One person wrote: “Well, that's upsetting…”
While another added: “Each day we stray further from God.”
A third called the dish an “abomination” while another said it was a “crime”.
"I hate this and I hate you," sobbed another.
But, surprisingly, not everyone was against the savoury cone.
One fan said: “Love this. My little girl will be having one for tea!”
“Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it,” added a second.
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While a jokester commented: “Fill the cone with cheese…”
Another added that the sausage should be known as a “Northern flake”.”
And, one person possibly fixed the issue with his suggestion, and noted: “I’d have swapped the cone for a mini Yorkshire pudding.
“I’ve seen some puds that are deep enough that they're almost like a cup.”
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