'Reverse-eating cam' at NBA games is grossing people out: 'I can't unsee this'

Wait, so some people don’t like watching others regurgitate their nachos?

Fans of the Milwaukee Bucks were introduced to a relatively new in-game feature at games — a feature that has come to be known as the “reverse-eating cam,” seeing as it plays footage of spectators consuming their concessions in reverse.

And it’s finally starting to break people.

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The “reverse-eating cam” has been around since last season, TMJ4 reports, but it’s started making the rounds on social media this past week, and grossing out a hefty portion of the internet.

Barstool Sports shared a clip which was presumably shown at a recent Bucks game, calling it “disturbing.”

“Not sure if this video makes me hungry or want to throw up,” one follower wrote.

“I can’t unsee this,” another said.

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A podcaster with The Athletic NBA also shared the footage on Twitter, where he deemed it “WEIRD.” Many of his followers agreed.

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Still, there were those that weren’t put off by it, and in fact, appeared to enjoy the footage of people seemingly pulling arena-quality food from their mouths.

“Nothing gets a bigger reaction in arena. Nothing,” wrote one.

“[Weird] yet … oddly satisfying,” another said.

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The Bucks’ reverse-cam might not be entirely exclusive to Milwaukee, either. Among the responses, several claimed to have experienced a similar in-game feature at Denver Nuggets games.