Paul Carlin was travelling from Dublin to Brisbane on the Emirates flight when he was served the disappointing sandwich.

The flyer shared a photo of his meal in a response to another passenger's disappointing meal.

He said on Facebook: "Not as bad as my Emirates food on a flight from Dublin to Brisbane."

In the picture, the label says it is a 'Cajun chicken & cheese' in a multi-seed roll.

However, the sandwich contained only a large square of cheese and one small piece of chicken in the middle.

Facebook users joined him in his shock over what was served.

One said: "WTF is/was that? Looks like a couple of slices of mouldy cheese."

Another asked: "Where's the chicken?"

One Facebook user posted: "Lol that's just sad."

Paul replied to one person: " I wouldn’t call this a meal. Wouldn’t fill a hole in my tooth."

Some felt he was not telling the truth: "Looks like you took a big bite of the chicken, you liar."

The picture was in response to another passenger who was travelling with Jetstar earlier this month.

Howard Priestly was travelling from Bali to Perth when he paid AUS$9 (£5) for an egg sandwich, according to The West Australia.

What was inside was a small piece of lettuce and a small smearing of egg.

After complaining, he received a $50 voucher as compensation from the airline, who admitted it was "not up to the usual standard of service".

A British passenger had the same problem while travelling from Bali to Perth on a Jetstar flight.

Nick Mosley paid the same amount for the egg sandwich, only to find it lacking in filling.

He tweeted: "I must say @JetstarAirways have a cheek charging AUS$9 for sandwiches… without any fillings…"

Sun Online Travel has contacted Emirates for comment.

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