The deepest, darkest and most embarrassing secret of a woman was captured by the cameras earlier this week and broadcast for everyone to see, and now social network users accuse her of being a psychopath.
Alexa Greenfield, 26, attended the US Open on Monday. UU With his nephews when he went to look for his chicken fingers.
But instead of submerging them in ketchup or mustard honey, the young socialite dipped them in her Coca plastic cup – a practice she later revealed was passed on by her father, and insists that her chicken taste delicious.
Dip Dip: Alexa Greenfield attended the US Open on Monday, where she dipped her chicken fingers in a cup of Coca
Oops! The 26-year-old girl was caught eating her strange food pair with an ESPN camera
Go to: She said she's been eating like that since she was a little girl and she likes the taste, but usually tries to keep the odd preference secret
Of course, Alexa is not the only person with a strange habit of eating, but unfortunately for her, there was an ESPN camera that captured B-roll material nearby.
The moment he picked up the crispy fried meat, he dipped it in his soda and bit into it, caught it on video and broadcast it on national television.
And from there, people definitely noticed. One of the stations pointed out that rarity, and soon clips of the moment were shared online, where hundreds of social media users intervened.
& # 39; Why are we dipping chicken fingers in soda? Why is this happening? Someone call the police right now! wrote Barstool Sports & # 39; Eric Hubbs.
"This is the legitimate state of psychopath," said sports anchor Julie Stewart-Binks.
Very few people shared Michael's GIF in The Office complaining about their soft teeth, and others simply expressed horror at the pairing.
In all the interwebs: Unfortunately for her, the recording went viral
Do not! Users of social networks have joked that you should turn to the police in Alexa
He is not a fanatic: a sports commentator said he was a "legitimate psychopath"
Too funny: others posed GIFs that showed how coarse they found the pairing, or jokingly compared the woman with Michael from The Office
Criminal: Calling questionable or unusual behaviors a "crime" and saying that police should be summoned is a popular trend in social networks
Spotlight: Alexa has gone viral since the clip came out
"Stop this person," one critic wrote, while another tweeted: "I'm calling the police," a popular saying on social media these days when someone does something strange or objectionable.
Alexa, meanwhile, has recognized that it is a strange way of eating. In fact, moments before taking a bite, she told her nephews to keep the habit secret because she was ashamed.
Unfortunately, I did not expect the cameras to be close.
"My father started me with [dipping chicken fingers in soda] I think it's "great", but I loved the taste and moved on, "he told Fox News.
"Once I was older I left it for a while, assuming it would be too weird to take it to adulthood, but one day I said" eff it "and restarted.
As for the day when the cameras caught her, she said: "The funny thing is that this story begins when I tell my nephews:" Listen, I'm about to do something really strange. It's a big secret and you can not tell Someone. Do not tell your parents and do not tell any adults because it's pretty shameful. "
She said: "The fun part is that this story begins when I tell my nephews: & # 39; Listen, I'm about to do something really weird. It's a big secret and you can not tell anyone & # 39; & # 39;
Thank you pops: your father initially showed you the trick to & # 39; chill & # 39; your hot food
"Then I was caught by a cameraman and now I'm viral," he said.
Critics who would still like to go to jail for the move may want to talk to the president, since Alexa runs in the same circles as her daughter, Tiffany.
Alexa was one of several personalities of the society to model for Just Drew, a fashion line launched by Andrew Warren, friend of Tiffany. Tiffany herself modeled for her debut fashion show.
She was among the members of the & # 39; Snap Pack & # 39; profiled by the New York Times in 2016, a crowd that also includes the daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Kyra Kennedy, Barron Hilton and Gaia Matisse (tatara-tatara-tatara of painter Henri Matisse), among others.
However, the Internet is more likely to quickly overcome the chicken-finger pairing in Coca Cola, as it has done with other combinations of viral foods in the past, including pizza soaked in milk.