FEYENOORD have suspended Michiel Kramer after he was caught eating a roll and a croquette at half time during a Dutch Cup clash.
The 29-year-old striker was spotted scoffing the meal during the home fixture against Heracles that his side won 3-1.
Kramer never made it on to the pitch and his side was already 2-1 up at the time of the break when hunger struck.
But the club have punished him with a one-match suspension – for this weekend’s game against Roda JC – as well as two training sessions.
There will also be a fine dished out to the hungry forward who has started just two top-flight matches this season.
Feyenoord’s technical director Martin van Geel said: “Michiel acted unprofessionally and in an unacceptable manner.
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“This behaviour does not fit with in Feyenoord’s approach to top sport and does not set an example to others".
Kramer was spotted with a wodge of white bread in his tattooed left hand – when he was supposed to be warming up.
White his fellow team-mates were passing a ball around in the hope of getting some action, Kramer was chowing down and chatting to a club groundsman.
Feyenoord are currently fifth in the Eredivisie under the management of former Arsenal defender Giovanni van Bronkhurst.
Kramer was a £1million signing from ADO in August 2015 but it remains to be seen if Feyenoord will stomach much more of him.
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