Man orders onion rings, but what he gets instead leaves the internet in two

The video garnered over 3,300 likes and several comments.

In a hilarious incident, a Delhi man recently ordered onion rings through an online food delivery app but received a raw version.

Taking to Instagram, the man named Ubaidu detailed his plight without words. “Guys, I ordered onion rings and this is what I got,” reads the text in the clip. In the video, Ubaidu is seen simply smiling at the camera and pointing it towards a small container of sliced ​​raw onion.

“Onion as crying is not a metaphor anymore guys,” he wrote in the caption.

The man did not share the name of the restaurant, however, the video left netizens wide-eyed. Its clip revealed that Ubaidu ordered the onion rings for Rs 59. However, what he got was only raw onion slices instead of the fried onion rings.

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Since sharing, the video has garnered over 3,300 likes and several comments. Netizens simply couldn’t get enough of the post and flooded the comments section with laughing emojis and their opinions. While some netizens spoke of his “pain,” others told him he received exactly what he ordered.

“That’s why I have trust issues,” wrote one user. “Technically they’re not wrong.. they look like rings cut out of an onion,” added another. “I CAN FEEL THE PAIN BEHIND HIS SMILE,” said the third. “Sadness. But it’s also kinda lol,” the fourth wrote.

Meanwhile, in another hilarious case, a social media post went viral some time ago after the netizen shared an image of a pizza he accidentally ordered without toppings. The Reddit user had ordered a large BBQ Meat Feast pizza, a garlic pizza stick and three special garlic dips from Papa John’s.

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However, he had accidentally removed all the toppings from the pizza while filling the order specs, thinking he was adding toppings instead. The no-topping pizza post received over 9,000 upvotes and hundreds of comments.

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