WHEN it comes to pizza, there are a huge number of controversial toppings out there.
Ham and pineapple, tuna and olives all divide opinion among pizza fans, but no topping has sparked as much of a response as putting BAKED BEANS on a pizza.
Twitter user Bex took to the social media site to share her shock and horror over her pal's unusual meal choice, writing: "Just found out when my friend wants to cheer herself up she makes 'bean pizza'."
Not only that but she then dips said pizza in mayonnaise, with Bex adding: "I can’t do this anymore."
The tweet quickly sparked a furious debate on social media – with those who were a fan of the idea taking on those who slammed it as "abhorrent".
"I will personally never forgive you for exposing me to this," one person replied to Bex.
"Not sure what to say about this. My brain can't take it in! The dipping in mayo yes. Beans! I just can't process!" another person commented.
"Put your friend in a home she needs help," a third person harshly wrote.
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While another added: "I love pizza, and I love beans, but beans on pizza just seems a stretch too far I am afraid. And then to add mayonnaise too that as well…"
Others insisted the recipe looked delicious, with many citing Heinz's Baked Bean Pizza with Cheese – which was discontinued in 2003.
"Oh wow genius idea," one person wrote.
"Would 100% eat this," someone else added, while a third person commented: "I honestly don’t know why because I’d normally think that was abhorrent but… for some reason I think that sounds/looks quite nice lol."
"is she single?" another man asked Bex of her pal.
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