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BBC Breakfast star Dan Walker sparked a frenzy online today with his latest Instagram post. The father-of-three turned to his 145,000 followers to ask their thoughts on a “very important debate”.
During his Bank Holiday break, Dan made the most of the warm weather by enjoying an ice-cream while out and about with his family.
He then posted a close-up picture showing his choice online.
The BBC star opted for a nostalgic classic during his day out which consisted of a vanilla ice-cream in a cone with a colourful rocket ice-lolly stuck in the top.
Dan’s followers couldn’t agree as to what the usual combination was called.
He captioned the post: “Very important debate… what do you call this?”
The 43-year-old presenter added a few options to kick start the debate: “Witch’s Hat? Popeye? A Special? Something else?”
Instagram followers and fans and a few famous faces took to the comments section to share their thoughts.
“Witches hat!! #obvs,” one social media follower wrote.
“Popeye of course!” another added in disagreement.
“Never seen one before!!” a third fan remarked.
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Fellow TV presenter Nick Knowles suggested: “Vanilla Sky rocket?” However he quickly shared his worries about the fast-melting summer treat.
The DIY SOS host jokingly added: “I also have genuine engineering concerns that the melting lolly will destabilise the structural integrity of the wafer cone.”
Clearly unimpressed with the ice-cream, golfer Lee Westwood took to the comments section of the picture to exclaim: “A disgrace! Where’s the flake???!!”
To which Dan replied: “You need to embrace change Westy.”
Sharing a similar thought another user added: “‘Disturbing’ That’s wrong on every imaginable level.”
“Wrong. Just wrong,” agreed a second.
A third user simply said it should be called a “Sugar rush”.
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