PINEAPPLE on top of a pizza has always been a controversial addition, but a new ingredient has made it even worse.

Domino's in New Zealand has launched a new pineapple pizza with a can of tinned spaghetti and it looks disgusting.

The chain announced the new menu item on Facebook: "This is no joke! We've officially added Hawaiian SPAGHETTI pizza to our menu for a limited time only, with help from our friends at Wattie's NZ! (no April Fools this time)."

The pizza – which costs $7.99 (£4.05) – also comes topped with mozzarella cheese and plenty of glazed ham.

The announcement has been met with horror by many customers, saying pineapple and spaghetti should never mix.


One Facebook user said: "This is utterly repugnant. At least have the decency to not call it pizza!"

Another person added: "Domino's has lost the plot!"

But the pizza didn't receive all bad reviews, with many people saying they couldn't wait to try it.

One person said: "Absolutely delicious! Just like mumma used to make."

Another person said: "It is like my childhood is happening all over again."

Fortunately for us though, the pizza will only be available to customers in New Zealand.

It's not the first time people have been divided on whether pineapple should go on pizza.

A takeaway customer was stunned when her pizza arrived with no pineapple and an annoying message on the inside lid.

The pizza chef had written a note explaining: "Couldn't bring myself to put pineapple on it. That's gross. Sorry."

Lucky for her though they taped a full refund to the box.

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