Breaking and tragic news, LADs - new images have confirmed what has always been rumoured about doner kebabs, but none of us wanted to believe.
Pictures show how a supplier kept out-of-date chicken and mashed it up in a converted building site concrete mixer.
The company in question, UK Chicken Doner and Poultry Ltd, had been warned about food hygiene in the past but apparently the people running it thought 'fuck it' anyway.
After being discovered, the food was condemned by magistrates as being unfit for human consumption.
Boss Sukru Ahmet, 59, claimed the meat was to be sold as pet food; however, the firm admitted 21 food safety offences. He will be sentenced today.
Prosecutor David Hercock said the firm was warned it couldn't operate until it had received approval.
He said: "Notwithstanding the advice given in December 2015, and what the officer had been told in January 2016, the company was manufacturing doner kebabs.
"On arrival, the officers were confronted by a facility equipped for the manufacturing of doner kebabs.
"Mr Ahmet admitted manufacturing doner kebabs and selling raw products for onward use.
"Products were being placed on the market when they were unsafe, and the products seized were found to be unsafe."
Of course, even though this supplier has contravened health and safety regulation, it doesn't mean that all kebab merchants do - at least I hope not.
Doners are so popular here in the UK that they recently started selling them in-terminal at Newcastle Airport.
The kebab shop is open to passengers at any time of day, meaning travellers will be able to scoff them down alongside their pre-flight breakfast pints. A doner sets travellers back £6.95 ($9.34).
Kebabs are also the meat-based food that vegetarians are most likely to scoff after a boozy night out.
Featured Image Credit: PA