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IrelandMan takes disgusting photo at Dublin Airport after finding two insects on breakfast roll and posts the snap on Twitter

17:45  21 may  2019
17:45  21 may  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Man takes disgusting photo at Dublin Airport after finding two insects on breakfast roll and posts the snap on Twitter © Ciaran McGowan/Collins Dublin Airport Terminal 1

Comedian Martin 'Beanz' Warde was not laughing when he opened up a roll he purchased in Dublin Airport recently.

The Galway comedian flew into the capital on May 19 and wanted to grab some food quickly before getting the Citylink to the west.

He said he was rushing to get the 9:15am bus to Galway and bought the roll with a couple of minutes to spare.

'Beanz' made the bus but was absolutely horrified to find two insects embedded in his food.

In a tweet he said: "Just bought this breakfast roll in the shop at Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport. Why are there two weird looking insects stuck to it? F**king disgusting?."

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He added: "It was disgusting to find but I was on the bus by the time I opened the roll.

"They look like they were mid throws of love making too, lucky little s****."

Unsurprisingly, the funnyman hasn't been taking the situation too seriously and told Dublin Live, "anyway, I'm on a protein rich diet and you wouldn't complain if a barman accidentally gave you an extra pint. I ate them".

He added: "I didn't make a complaint, I did tweet them however, with no response.

"It looks like the roll was used to swat two flies that may have been on a counter.

Man takes disgusting photo at Dublin Airport after finding two insects on breakfast roll and posts the snap on Twitter © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Martin said in a tweet:

"I'm more annoyed I wasn't asked if I'd like flies with that. They missed a trick there I reckon."

A spokeswoman for Dublin Airport told Dublin Live that she was apologetic to Martin for his recent experience at the Airport and to pass on his contact details in order to rectify the matter.

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Martin continued: "I've eaten much worse, believe me."

When asked if a lifetime supply of food at the Airport would make up for his experience, Martin concluded "I'm currently overweight so I shouldn't have even had one breakfast roll, a lifetime of them might prove to be less valuable than first thought."

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