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Sport: cigar or dog pile in the hot dog? The food at the World Cup in Qatar looks so disgusting!

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Qatar - The World Cup in Qatar is not really something to enjoy anyway - the food in the stadiums is apparently not! On Twitter, the fans show their snacks that are available on the WM .

Bei der WM in Katar kommen wenig genussvolle Momente auf. Auch das Essen in den Stadien lässt zu wünschen übrig. Bildmontage: Karim JAAFAR / AFP, Screenshot Twitter/TheSuperAJ © image assembly: Karim Jaafar / AFP, Screenshot Twitter / Thesuperaj At the World Cup in Qatar there are little enjoyable moments. The food in the stadiums also leaves something to be desired. Image assembly: Karim Jaafar / AFP, Screenshot Twitter / Thesuperaj

A beer and a bratwurst is a "Musthaven" for many Germans when they go to the stadium. A total of around 30,000 liters of beer consume a total of around 30,000 liters of beer per home game in the Bundesliga.

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in Qatar is alcohol anyway, beer is only available in the VIP areas. When a fan showed his hot dog on Twitter, which he had bought in the stadium, many spectators may have passed the appetite.

in aluminum foil was a bun and three dark pieces in between, which look more like cigars instead of a delicious, juicy sausage. What kind of sausage it is is unclear. However, it is close that it was not a conventional bratwurst from pork. Qatar counts as a Muslim country and in Muslim faith it is forbidden to eat pork.

Twitteruser "Thesuperaj" wrote: "World Cup stadium meal. Not the best."

also saw other Twitter users and commented. One wrote: "Cigar in a roll. Strange, but I would try it." Others posted their food from the stadium under the contribution and wrote "I think completely."

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But not all of them thought the supposed sausage for a cigar, but saw similarities to a dog pile. "Looks like what my dog ​​serves me every morning," wrote a user. However, "Thesuperaj" did not write how high the price for this hot dog was.

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outside the stadiums, in the so-called fan zones it doesn't get any better. Both with the quality of the food and the prices.

reports " the Sun " that a mini-Greek salad costs the equivalent of ten euros and that a few Nachos with guacamole is available for five euros.

The fans may have passed from both financial and aesthetic perspective of all appetite and hunger.

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