A Pot Noodle vending machine has opened in Nottingham

Here are people's reactions to the bizarre new machine

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Pot Noodle vending machine

This is the stuff of uni students' dreams (unless of course you are a health nut and don't like processed food).

A Pot Noodle vending machine has appeared on a street in Nottingham and is believed to the the first of its kind in the UK and some people are pretty excited about it.

Fans of the snack will be able to pick up spicy curry, beef, tomato or chicken and mushroom flavours 24 hours a day when the machine is turned on next week.

It appeared on Mansfield Road over the last couple of days, with customers getting a fork and hot water dispensed so they can enjoy their snack on the move.

However, some people claim to have seen it all before and that these machines used to exist several years ago.

And while vending machines selling noodles may be commonplace in countries like Japan, not everyone thinks the new noodle machine is a good idea.


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