AN AIRPORT passenger was stunned after being served a “disgusting” and overpriced breakfast at the airport.
The holidaymaker explained on Reddit that they were driving via Dublin Airport early in the morning, so she decided to grab some food.
However, they were stunned when they were charged €14.10 (£12.40) for a tiny portion.
Breakfast consisted simply of a portion of baked beans, a fried egg, two slices of black pudding and a bottle of Diet Coca Cola.
They wrote: “€14.20 this morning in Terminal 1.”
Further down the thread, the passenger added some additional details about their meal.
They continued: “This was purchased off the menu due to food allergies, severely limiting options at the airport.
“That was the price they pulled out of nowhere and it wasn’t good quality.
“[It was] disgusting at a totally unjustified price.”
In the comments, other Reddit users were quick to blast the paltry meal and its price.
One person wrote: “This looks disgusting”.
A second added: “These puddings look awful.”
Many people were also shocked by the price of the meal, with many saying they refused to pay for breakfast.
While many people sat on the passenger side, some suggested the holidaymaker was “worse paying for it” and suggested bringing sandwiches from home in the future.
A group of experts has identified what foods and drinks passengers should avoid before boarding a flight – including some British staples like crisps.
Salty foods like french fries or pretzel snacks can cause bloating, which only worsens when flying at 35,000 feet.
Passengers should avoid eating raw fish such as sushi and beverages such as coffee to avoid frequent trips to the toilet.
And these are the five best foods to fight jet lag.
Meanwhile, a hotel guest was stunned after being told he could get a hotel breakfast to go – and got something very different.
Instead of the pastries and coffee the hotel allegedly offered, the guest received an unbuttered vegetable-filled sandwich.
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