Robbie Savage and Sam Quek Experience Takeaway Trauma
Fidgety? Anxious? Irate? Lost?
You're showing symptoms of a takeaway FAIL
Robbie Savage and Sam Quek
Robbie Savage and Sam Quek experience Takeaway Trauma during Saturday night in
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As the condition of Takeaway Trauma sweeps the nation, pizza lover and football aficionado Robbie Savage was enlisted by Chicago Town pizza to test for the disorder first-hand.
The ex-Welsh international player and pundit hosted a Saturday night in watching the 2018 World Cup with good friend England hockey player Sam Quek, as the pair were tasked to order a takeaway and compare the experience with cooking a Chicago Town pizza.
The stress of ordering and waiting for a takeaway has recently been identified as an actual condition, Takeaway Trauma, following scientific research conducted by Chicago Town and the University of Wolverhampton.
Behavioural Expert Darren Stanton analysed the results of the experiment, and classified the condition in four stages: fidgety, anxious, irate and lost.
Previously unreleased footage shows both Robbie and Sam displaying signs of the condition as they waited for their takeaway to arrive.
First fidgeting as the app they are using struggles to accept their deals code, while anxiety starts to kick in as their delivery time is extended to an hour.
They begin to bicker as they become irate waiting on the pizza delivery, with Robbie even seen shouting down to redirect the confused delivery driver.
Finally, they show signs of entering the fourth stage of lost, as their pizzas arrive cold and with incorrect toppings.
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