Fans brand Scottish football stadium's snack a 'WAR CRIME' and crown it the 'most depressed burger ever' | The Sun

FOOTBALL fans have been left in a pickle at the state of Dundee United's burger served at Tannadice.

As the Scottish football season kicked off in earnest yesterday, it meant the first visit to a stadium for months for many punters.

And if you were at Tannadice this weekend for Dundee United against Arbroath, you'd have been in for a not-so-tasty treat if you felt peckish at half-time.

The stadium's burger offering has been laid into on social media after it was shared on the 'Footy Scran' Twitter page.

Among other things, it's been likened to a digestive biscuit, called out for not being cooked, and even branded so bad it's akin to a war crime.

Supporters from across the country raced to comment on the fare after a picture of it was posted on Twitter.

One fan from England said: "How did the country that fries literally everything manage to produce a burger that looks like it was boiled in bog water."

In a similar vein, this punter said: "Good news: you can now buy food in Scotland that isn't deep fried. Bad news: it's this absolute war crime."

Another asked: "Do you have to pay extra for them to actually cook your burgers at Dundee?"

Before a third joked: "Did it walk off and head back to the farm at full time?"

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The comparisons for the snack, which costs a heft £4.50, weren't favourable in the slightest.

One commented: "McVitie's digestive in a bap."

Another observed: "Looks like a raw Rustler's burger."

"Is that… still frozen?" asked another fan.

It was then described as the "most depressed burger ever."

Another said simply: "That looks proper vile."

Then came this verdict: "That’s a crime against humanity."

Another fan described it as a "plastic bath mat" while one likened it to a beer coaster.

One punter went fully against the grain, and in fact said that with a few simple toppings added, he'd happily order it.

"Put some lettuce, tomato, pickle, peppers and onion on it and I actually would go for it… plain though is just very not scran," he said.

It's not the first Scottish football food item to cause a stir in the last week either.

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