Al Ahly target Gaston Sirino has recently shown off his unique taste for food as the star seemingly enjoys his food in the shape of a snake.
In different countries and continents, people eat different things. In South Africa, we like chicken feet, in France perhaps snails are a common snack and in China – snake soup appears to be a popular choice.
It is human nature to fear the unknown but if we try different food and cultures, we may realise that it could appeal to us in ways that we never thought were possible.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Sirino’s lunch
Sirino’s recent Instagram post teaches us that lesson as he showed off an interesting photo of breadsticks in the shape of reptiles such as snakes and lizards. The forward added an ‘in love emoji’ which leaves us to assume that the star likes his starch especially in the form of animals.
This reptile-shaped bread would scare most people if they opened the box with studies showing that the snake is human’s second most feared animal in the world, according to bigthink.
However, the Uruguayan appears unfazed by the lifelike creations but it must be said that it remains unknown as to whether the star actually ate the food.
Speaking about reptiles, the Sundowns fans at one point labeled the star as a “snake” after he reportedly showed an interest in moving to Pitso Mosimane’s Al Ahly side but the transfer saga appears to have died down but local media still say that the star is ‘unsettled’.
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