As he hosted coverage of United’s game against Southampton on Sunday, the BT Sport broadcaster uploaded a photo of the food supply.
Humphrey’s scrambled egg and mashed potatoes were compared to prison cuisine since they looked so terrible.
“Are you in jail?” one person asked.
“That’s a crime against mankind, eggs, and potatoes,” another enthusiast said.
Scrambled egg with mashed potatoes Wow. Thank you for lunch, @ManUtd. pic.twitter.com/jcMN5FA3QL
— Mr. Jake Humphrey (@mrjakehumphrey). 12th of February, 2022
Worst cuisine at football stadiums
It got us thinking about what else is on sale near football stadiums and using the hilarious Twitter account Footy Scran, we’ve dredged up some more culinary disasters.
Chelsea’s hot dog
Nearly £6 for a hot dog with a sausage that doesn’t even cover the full bun?
Hot dog at Chelsea (@ChelseaFC)
💷 £5.90 pic.twitter.com/UTF29SNOHH
— Footy Scran (@FootyScran) February 5, 2022
Cheesy chips at Weymouth (@theterras)
💷 £3.50 pic.twitter.com/xxcYzFVDHV
— Footy Scran (@FootyScran) January 29, 2022
Hot dog at Lancaster City FC (@LancasterCityFC)
— Footy Scran (@FootyScran) January 31, 2022
Cheese and ham panini at Manchester United (@ManUtd)
💷 £4.70 pic.twitter.com/ooTn7QAZ1z
— Footy Scran (@FootyScran) November 9, 2021