Gordon Ramsay divides the internet with his 'diarrhea' brownie dessert

Are you offended by the scrumptious mix?

Gordon Ramsay is by far one of the most renowned celebrity chefs in the world, however it appears his latest concotion has left several fans displeased.

Taking to Instagram, the Hell's Kitchen star shared footage of a brownie, which has been called '50 shades of diarrhoea' and 'cat vomit' by eagle-eyed followers.

In the clip, Gordon included a bed of sliced bananas, the dessert, which is often served at Gordon's York & Albany restaurant in Camden, London - and a dollop of fresh cream.

Some fans were so disgusting by the 'vile' cream the 53-year-old chose to place on top of the chocolate brownie, calling his creation an unwanted 'mess'.

One even wrote: "Gordon it was perfect when the ice cream landed. But then something that looked like omelette vomit was squeezed on top...seriously."

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Meanwhile, it wasn't all bad news for Gordon as some social media users were quick to defend him and his  dish which is valued at £9 ($16 AUD).

"Okay, now I want to go to his restaurant," one noted. 

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