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People share another way to open loaf of bread - and it's not normal

Mirror logo Mirror 13/03/2017 Joshua Barrie

<span class="caption" itemprop="description" style="background:transparent;border:0px;font-size:14px;margin:0px;outline:0px;padding:0px;vertical-align:baseline;font-family:'Open Sans', sans-serif;font-weight:700;color:#2c2c2c;">Does bread deserve to be treated in such a manner?</span><span class="caption" itemprop="description" style="background-image:initial;background-position:initial;background-size:initial;background-repeat:initial;background-attachment:initial;background-origin:initial;background-clip:initial;border:0px;margin:0px;outline:0px;padding:0px;vertical-align:baseline;font-family:'Open Sans', sans-serif;font-weight:700;font-size:16px;background-color:#f1f1f1;"><span style="color:#141414;">&nbsp;Getty</span></span> © Getty Does bread deserve to be treated in such a manner? Getty When Jesus stood on a large rock and gave out five loaves of bread and five plump fish (did he invent fish fingers?), he wouldn't have opened his bread packets this way. 

Now sure, he wouldn't have because bread didn't come in plastic bags back then. But had they done. Oh, just look.

Yes, we know. It's a mess. Who opens their bread in such a way? Alasdair Mckay's roommate does.

Alasdair, an 18-year-old from Aberdeen, Scotland, tweeted the photo of his friend's peculiar method, and since then, people have been struggling.

Alasdair has been living with his roommate (who doesn't want to be identified, for obvious reasons), for about six months.

For half a year, Alasdair has witnessed the alarming sight of store-bought cut loaves not opened normally at the end of the packet, but savagely ripped in the centre, like a lion feasting on an antelope.

“It had been going on for a while,” a horrified Mckay, who's been quietly observing and documenting the scenes, told BuzzFeed . 

“He’s a really quiet flatmate so it was really odd to start with".

Mckay decided on Monday to finally expose the alternative method.

"I don't feel safe anymore", he wrote, and it wasn't just him who had strong feelings. Some saw it as "sinful".

It's unlikely that the culprit was raised by cats. But it's a possibility.

Moving on, though, it became apparent that the mysterious Scotsman Alasdair lives with isn't alone in his breaded ways.

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