Scots comedian Gary Faulds has divided the internet by posting a picture of a curry served with sliced banana.
Over on his Facebook page, Gary started a conversation with his followers and asked what they thought of the unusual dish and admitted he had tried it and it was ‘weirdly nice’.
In the post, accompanied by the picture of the dish, the funny man wrote: “Edinburgh People Own Up! Who has banana with their curry?
“My old boss man at I-electrical took me to his mums for my dinner the last time I worked there and we got this.
“He’s just sent me a picture of this tonight. I honestly felt like they where winding me up. But it was weirdly nice. Do you do this?”
In response to him asking if it was an ‘Edinburgh thing’, many said they were from the capital and had never heard of it.
And over 1000 people waded in on the debate in the comments, expressing their opinions.
One tagged Police Scotland’s Facebook page and wrote: “Police Scotland. I’d like tae report a crime.”
While another added: “That looks absolutely rotten.”
Another said: “This just gave me the boak…. hummin lol.”
And one penned: “This pandemic is just pushing people over the edge.”
But some agreed with the sweet and savoury combination.
One wrote: “My mum always used to give us curry with banana when I was wee and it was nice, took the heat away.”
Another added: “My dad always served his home made curry with sliced banana, walnuts and mango chutney. Delish!”
While another said: “Used to have it all the time as a kid, sounds disgusting but tastes bloody delish.”
Last month, we reported that Hamilton takeaway House of Shah revealed that one customer had ordered a pineapple and banana pizza, which also led to an online debate.
The customer had called up to ask just for a tomato pizza base with pineapple and banana topping and finished with cheese.
The owners, Cal Shah and Jahan Shah, decided to post the bizarre concoction on to social media and ask for their customers opinions.
Much like Gary’s post the comments were divided, but more people said the choice of pizza toppings were ‘criminal’.
What do you think?