CHOCOLATE fans are in a meltdown after a dad posted a picture on social media showing what he says is the definite ranking of chocolate bars.
Bruno Bouchet, 33, included 16 treats in the list, but several favourites didn't even make the cut.
The radio personality, who lives in Australia with his wife Laura and daughter Juliette, wrote on Instagram: "The 100 per cent correct chocolate bar power rankings.
"Don’t bother commenting, this isn’t up for discussion."
The top bars in his so-called "God tier" included Picnic, Turkish Delight and Chomp, followed by Snickers, Twix and Curly Wurly in the "Royalty tier".
In the middle of his rankings — a category he named the "Adam Sandler tier" or the "take it or leave it" tier he listed KitKat, Crunchie and Mars.
In the second from bottom tier titled "Pleb", he picked Twirl, Time Out and Aero.
The worst of the bunch, according to Bruno, was the "would rather eat a bucket of cat vomit tier" which included Violet Crumble, Milky Way, Chokito and Bounty.
The post quickly divided his followers, with many chocolate fans being outraged that Turkish Delight topped the list.
"Who gives a rat's a*** about Turkish Delight? I'm so furious right now," said Australian entertainer Todd McKenney.
While another user wrote: "Chomp being god tier is the most intelligent thing I've ever seen in my entire life but I'd literally rather slam my neck in a car door than see her disrespected by being sat next to Turkish delight.
A third chocolate fan added: "What have you done????????? KitKats are god tier. Turkish delights go on the bottom."
Popular treats such as Cadbury Dairy Milk, Fudge and Flake were also left out altogether, as noted by some followers.
One user simply asked: "No Flake?" while another slammed the former radio presenter for the whole list and said: "This is just wrong."
Bruno didn't get it completely off according to others though, as one user said: "I actually couldn’t agree more. You’ve nailed this."
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