People are taking extremely unusual snacks into 50 Shades Darker screenings 🤔
The new 50 Shades of Grey film is out, and is receiving terrible reviews.
The film currently holds a 9% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Despite this it's still racked up a lot of money at the box office, with people flocking to the cinema on Valentine's Day to watch it. In fact they took an estimated $10million on the 14th of February alone.
But it appears that it's attracting a bizarre, health-conscious audience, with cinema workers reporting unusual snacks being left behind by customers.
That awkward moment when you find a cucumber in the cinema after a Fifty Shades session...😳 pic.twitter.com/FafcJX5gFB— Hayden Orpheum (@haydenorpheum) February 13, 2017
The salad ingredient, not a traditional favourite of cinema goers, was found at the Hayden Orpheum Cinema, a retro cinema in Mosman, Sydney.
Weirdly the snack does not appear to have any bite marks on it at all, suggesting the cinema goers decided they weren't hungry after all.
Weirdly, the same healthy snack was found in abundance in a screening in Norway.
And in another unspecified cinema.
Twitter users were quick to point out that when handling salad ingredients, it's best to wear gloves.
The film is still out in cinemas, and is apparently terrible. But we're pleased with this new trend of health-conscious cinema snacks.