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​Serena Williams Eats Dog Food And Reacts How You Would Expect!

Tennis World number one shows us why we shouldn’t dine on doggy dinners…

Tennis Superstar Serena Williams made herself ill after eating dog food while competing in the Italian Open in Rome.

The world number one tried the canine food meant for her dog Chip explaining: ”I thought 'what the heck, I'm gonna try a piece, it looks good'" - in her video posted on social media platform SnapChat.

The food sampled was a $15.00 chicken and rice meal offered on a 'doggy menu' at her hotel.

After a few hours the star posted her not so pleasant reaction to the food saying:

"I don't think it's consumable for humans - they should have wrote that! So now I feel really sick. It was just a spoonful but I don't feel so good."

Even though her reaction to the food was not a nice one, Serena recovered in time to defeat fellow American Christina McHale in straight sets in her Italian Open match.

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