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Filed: Friday, 6th October 2017
By: Staff Writer

West Ham vice chair Karren Brady's seemingly innocuous tweet about a burger appears to have backfired spectacularly.

The 48-year-old published a picture of a poorly-constructed hamburger via her twitter timeline earlier this week (see above) in order to advertise The Apprentice, a TV show in which she features alongside former Spurs chairman Alan Sugar.

However a number of West Ham supporters took the opportunity to turn the tables on Brady, who was subsequently pilloried as a result. The very best - and the worst replies - may be seen below....

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