This shop in Surat is selling Fanta omelette. Viral video disgusts Internet

Emily Charlotes

In a video that has now gone crazy viral on social media, a man can be seen making Fanta Omelette at his stall in Surat. The clip has garnered over 87,000 views on YouTube.

Screenshot from the viral video.

Bread and omelette is the staple breakfast option for millions of people. But what if we told you that there is a shop in Gujarat’s Surat that sells Fanta Omelette, would you have the heart to try it? In a video that has now gone crazy viral on social media, a food blogger visited a shop in Surat which sells Fanta Omelette for Rs 250. He recorded the process of making the omelette and shared it on his YouTube Channel, India Eat Mania. The clip has garnered over 87,000 views. Snippets from the video have also made their way to Twitter and Facebook. This bizarre concoction of egg and Fanta has left netizens utterly disgusted.

The video was shared by Twitter user Eesha and she captioned it, “Mom come pick me they’re frying Fanta with eggs (sic).” The video includes the entire process of making the omelette and the blogger claims that it is very famous in Surat.

Watch the video here:

Twitter users had the most hilarious reactions to this bizarre food video. “So basically they put a carbonated drink to have the Carbon dioxide evaporate eventually leaving behind sugary water with flavour in it and giving the omelette a bubbly nature (exactly what baking soda does). Why do people pay Rs 250 for such nonsense? (sic),” a user wrote. “Oh bhai!! Ek to itna oil n then Fanta!! Matlab kya?? Kyun?? (sic),” another user wrote.

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