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Disappointed Greggs customer discovers her sausage roll has NO filling

A woman with a hangover filmed the moment she eagerly sliced ​​a Greggs sausage roll only to discover it was an empty bowl with no sausage in it – leading people to joke ‘it’s vegan’.

When Kayleigh O’Brien woke up at home in Warwick on October 9, feeling a little worse from the wear and tear from the night before, she decided that some food would perk her up.

The 30-year-old personal assistant jumped on the Just Eat app and was pleasantly surprised to see Greggs being delivered to her home while she was craving a sausage roll.

However, when her meal arrived, she thought the bag of treats felt lighter than it should and realized that one of the sandwiches was missing a very important part.

Footage shows Kayleigh cutting into one of the baked goods to reveal that there was no sausage meat in it, leaving an empty pastry tray.

Kayleigh O’Brien (pictured), 30, of Warwick, said she was “guzzled” when she realized the sausage roll she ordered as a hangover cure didn’t contain sausage

‘I was devastated. Everyone loves Gregg’s sausage rolls and I was really looking forward to it that day,” Kayleigh explained. ‘The meat in it is quite a big part of the experience.

“I had been out with my boyfriend the night before, so when we woke up around midday we were a bit hungover and just needed some food.

“We weren’t in the mood for McDonalds breakfast and then I saw Greggs was on Just Eat. We just ordered these two sausage rolls, a chicken and bacon baguette, a tuna sandwich and a couple of coffees.

“When the food came I opened the bag and one of the sausage rolls felt hollow and very light. I turned to my friend and said there is no sausage in it, and he didn’t believe me.

Kayleigh ordered two sausage rolls (photo) for her and her boyfriend, photo, but one was completely empty

Kayleigh ordered two sausage rolls (photo) for her and her boyfriend, photo, but one was completely empty

Kayleigh ordered two sausage rolls (photo) for her and her boyfriend, photo, but one was completely empty

The 30-year-old took a video to prove that the pastry did not contain sausage and shared it online (pictured)

The 30-year-old took a video to prove that the pastry did not contain sausage and shared it online (pictured)

The 30-year-old took a video to prove that the pastry did not contain sausage and shared it online (pictured)

‘I couldn’t understand why they didn’t tell me there was no sausage in it. I made a video where I cut it open as evidence.’

Kayleigh and her boyfriend ended up having to split the only full sausage roll between them before sending the video evidence to Just Eat.

“We split the entire sausage roll,” Kayleigh explained. ‘My friend had started eating it, but I had to tell him that mine had no sausage in it.

“I stop by Greggs when I need lunch, but I didn’t know they delivered.

“Normally I would drive and go get it, but as I had a hangover I thought it would be easier and safer to order through the Just Eat app.

At first, the puff pastry sausage roll looked like every other sausage roll sold by Greggs pictured

At first, the puff pastry sausage roll looked like every other sausage roll sold by Greggs pictured

At first, the puff pastry sausage roll looked like every other sausage roll sold by Greggs pictured

In the video Kayleigh filmed herself cutting the sausage roll in half with a kitchen knife

In the video Kayleigh filmed herself cutting the sausage roll in half with a kitchen knife

Once it was sliced, viewers could see that the sausage roll had no sausage

Once it was sliced, viewers could see that the sausage roll had no sausage

In the video, Kayleigh filmed cutting the sausage roll in half with a kitchen knife, pictured, revealing it was empty, yet

The 30-year-old said she was “gutted” when she discovered her sausage roll had no sausage in it and had to share the other with her boyfriend

“I sent the video to Just Eat and they refunded me for it. I also tweeted Greggs with the footage and they sent me a £5 voucher.”

Kayleigh’s video has been viewed more than 442,000 times online, with many people joking that the sausage roll was “vegan” while others said they were “hurt” to her.

“Ohhh this is the new vegan sausage roll,” one commenter joked, while a second wrote: “Plottwist…it’s vegan.”

A third person wrote: ‘From one Kayleigh to another Kayleigh, I’m so sorry. I love sausage rolls,” while another asked, “How didn’t they even notice it’s different?”

Meanwhile, a further comment: ‘I’m hurt for you.’

A spokesperson for Greggs said, ‘Oh crumbs! Our sausage roll without sausage was certainly not intended to be given to this customer.

‘Our crispy, golden puff pastry is certainly delicious, but it’s the spiced sausage in it that makes it such a favorite with millions of people in the UK.

‘The customer has received his money back and has received a voucher, so that he can get a free sausage roll from us.’

People joked that the bun was actually “vegan” because it had no sausage in it. Others said they ‘hurt’ for Kayleigh

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