“This is the saddest-looking roll in the world!” Irish writer Liz Nugent blasted Ryanair’s £4.70 bacon sandwich-social media users joked that it must be a “low-calorie option”
- Irish writer Liz Nugent shared a bacon sandwich on Twitter
- It was ordered by her friend Aimee Woods On her Ryanair flight on Friday
- Photos of seemingly dry rolls and insufficient amounts of bacon went viral on the Internet
A vacationer flying on Ryanair expressed her disappointment after spending £4.70 (€5.50) on what social media users called “the saddest-looking bacon sandwich in the world.”
Irish writer Liz Nugent accepted Twitter Share a dry-looking bread roll with a pitiful amount of bacon, which her friend ordered on her flight on Friday.
Next to the photo, she wrote: “My friend @AimeeWoods21 paid 5.50 euros for @Ryanair this’bacon sandwich’ today. I want to find out if it meets the conditions.
And not long ago Twitter The user quickly started answering her questions-the answer was a resounding “no”.
“It must be a low-calorie option,” one person joked, while another commented: “I’m still hungry looking at it…Don’t mind eating it.”
Author Liz Nugent shared on Twitter that her friend ordered an insufficient snack on her flight on Friday (pictured)
Next to the photo, Liz wrote: “My friend @AimeeWoods21 paid 5.50 euros for @Ryanair this’bacon sandwich’ today. I want to find out if it meets the conditions” (pictured)
Liz continued to joke that it was “certainly a culinary experience”, while others were hysterical due to the lack of fillings in their sandwiches.
‘Ryanair’s terms and conditions now also extend to ham sandwiches! “We reserve the right to take out the bacon in our bacon baguette,” one enthusiastically said, while the other joked: “I believe this is called a Fake’n sandwich.”
The third person commented: “It’s like a thought experiment, how much can be reduced before the concept of’bacon sandwich’ falls apart.” I enjoy Ryanair’s new role as an avant-garde philosopher.
Elsewhere, others took their bacon sandwich ratio more seriously and expressed doubts about snacks during the flight.
Liz joked that it was “certainly a cooking experience”, while others were hysterical because there was no filling in the sandwich (pictured)
“It can’t be true,” one wrote, while another commented: “Oh my God, I took a breath of fright.”
When another person wrote: “Damn shame, I hope she will send it back and get a refund,” Amy, who ordered a sandwich, replied, “To be honest, I didn’t. I’m hungry.
Aimee also continued to praise the rest of the flight-even though the bacon sandwich was disappointing.
She wrote: “I also had a pleasant flight. The crew was excellent.” I just think the sandwich is humorous and the price is slightly higher. But I still ate it!
“To be fair, I doubt people will book flights based on the quality of the sandwich!”
FEMAIL has contacted Ryanair for comments