Angry customer posts image of ‘chips and cheese’ at WetherspoonsJanuary 10, 2019
‘Kids are all crying. Pints been thrown. The Mrs has been arrested. Raging’: Customer’s hilarious response after he orders chips and cheese at Wetherspoons
- Angus Scott took to Twitter on Tuesday to post an image of the meal he received
- It shows a slice of processed cheese dumped on some chips, all next to a panini
- His post has been retweeted more than 3,000 times and received 25,000 likes
An enraged diner has sparked hilarity online after posting an image of the ‘chips and cheese’ he received at a Wetherspoons pub earlier this week.
Angus Scott took to Twitter on Tuesday to post an image of the meal – which consisted of a slice of processed cheese dumped on a side of chips.
The Dundee University student joked about the meal, served at Edinburgh Airport, saying it had led to kids crying and pints being thrown.
Angus Scott, who studies at Dundee University, claims he was served this meal at Edinburgh Airport on Tuesday
Mr Scott claims he was served the meal at a Wetherspoons inside Edinburgh Airport (pictured)
It’s certainly a far cry form the grated cheese that is usually sprinkled over the dish to make the classic chips and cheese.
Captioning his image, he described the chaos that ensued after receiving the meal.
Angus Scott (pictured), who is studying at the University of Dundee, took to Twitter on Tuesday to post an image of the meal
He said: ‘Asked for chips and cheese. Wetherspoons hand me this. Kids are all crying. Pints been thrown. The Mrs has been arrested. Raging.’
His post has now been retweeted more than 3,000 times and received around 25,000 likes.
It has also garnered hundreds of comments, with some labeling the meal ‘absolutely disgraceful.’
One said, ‘aw mate my thoughts and prayers’ and another commented ‘that should be illegal’.
Others shared their own ‘chips and cheese’ stories, with one saying: ‘Nah that’s more impressive than yours Sarah!
‘At least the cheese is actually on the chips and he wasn’t given chips and then plate with just a cheese slice on it.’
Some questioned whether the meal could genuinely have been served up, suggesting the meal was a fabrication.
One wrote: ‘Gotta be a wind up.’
When contacted by MailOnline, Wetherspoons declined to comment.
Hundreds have commented on Mr Scott’s tweet, with some sharing their own chips related stories (above and below)
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