Los fanáticos de Inside Dubai tienen la misma queja después del exceso de trufas y las fiestas de perros

INSIDE Dubai fans all had the same complaint after truffle excess and pampered pooch parties on the show.

Fans took to Twitter to complain about the extravagance in BBC2 documental Inside Dubai: Playground Of The Rich.

Fans said they preferred a 'Pot Noodle in Peckham' to living out in Dubai, like model Amy

Fans said they preferred a ‘Pot Noodle in Peckhamto living out in Dubai, like model Amy
They were stunned at the extravagant pet parties

They were stunned at the extravagant pet partiesCrédito: BBC

Viewers were fuming about the expensive truffle trade on the show.

They were even more incensed by the lavish pooh parties with ‘pup cakesand ‘espressosfor dogs of the rich and famous.

One Tweeted: “Seen it all nowpup parties.

Otro dijo: “Dog Birthday Parties? What a bunch of morons.

Un tercero dijo: “This excess for a dog is making me sick.

They waded in on the truffle industry, where one trader was making £10k profit for each box he sold.

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Uno dijo: “Eating too much truffle has consequences.

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Meanwhile fans followed the story of former Miss Great Britain, Amy Kitchingman, who said she was glad she was in Dubai rather than being in Peckham eating a Pot Noodle when work was quiet.

Fans disagreed, con uno diciendo: “Contrary to what the former Miss England said, having a pot noodle in Peckham sounds plenty better than 5 minutes in Dubai.

Otro dijo: “I’d take a Pot Noodle in Peckham tbh.

Un tercero agregado: “I’ll take Peckham thanks.

Fans were left gobsmacked at the puppy parties

Fans were left gobsmacked at the puppy partiesCrédito: BBC
They flocked to Twitter to complain about the lavish lifestyle

They flocked to Twitter to complain about the lavish lifestyleCrédito: BBC