Football fans are divided over £7 ‘pizza hot dogs’ featuring a Frankfurter sausage tucked into a slice of margherita
- Nottingham Forest will serve up ‘Pizzadogs’ outside its City Ground stadium
- Fans were split over the new ‘pizza hot dog’ dishes alongside their £7 pricetags
Nottingham Forest has split its fanbase over its decision to start selling £7 ‘pizza hot dogs’ that feature a Frankfurter sausage tucked into a slice of margherita.
The Premier League club will be hawking the meals for £7 each, ahead of their match with Burnley at their home ground tonight.
The innovative dish sees a slice of cheese and tomato margarita pizza topped off with a long Frankfurter sausage.
Supporters are, however, split on the unusual creation. which has been dubbed a Pizzadog.
Fans took to social media to give their verdicts, as the club prepared to put Pizzadog’s on sale outside Forest’s 30,000-capacity City Ground stadium.
Some fans were enthusiastic about the new invention, as they said they looked forward to trying it. Ryan Massey said: ‘That is a combo I did not know I needed.’
But others were quick to condemn the Frankenstein dish, as some fans complained about the £7 price tag.
Sidney decried the new meal as he declared: ‘B*oody hell! It’s the end of civilization.’
Dan Gleebits simply said: ‘£7 for a 50p plastic sausage and a spoonful of cheese and tomato sauce on bread.’
Leyton Orient fan, Daniel Flewers, said: ‘Looks f*****g tasty. But the price has made my wallet have a fit.’
Another fan, Dr Headgear, posted his objections, as he fumed: ‘Not a pizza, not a hot dog. Get in the bin.’
But Dave Erimus said: ‘I wouldn’t stop at one.’
Conner Burks added: ‘I’ll take two.’
Meanwhile, one Forest fan, named Ryan, said the £7 price of the pizzadog would not put him off. ‘I’ll pay double.’ he said.