BRITS were left starving this morning after snow forced Deliveroo drivers off the road, unable to deliver breakfasts.

Fury erupted online as scores of customers said they had been left in the lurch for up to "3.5 hours" for their brekky to arrive.

And others got 'hangry' as they claimed Deliveroo had taken their money but failed to show up with food.

While some starving souls lashed out complaining of a message that claimed their food had been delivered even though it hadn't.

One livid Brit fumed: "Hello @Deliveroo am I going to get my food or nah? Cos I've ordered food and still waiting for it to be confirmed by the restaurant…"

While another starving customer chastised fellow delivery service UberEats, blasting: "WTF @ubereats_uk “no couriers nearby”??? STILL."

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Snow sparked travel carnage on Monday as road, rail and airport services skidded to a halt.

But few Brits showed sympathy for Deliveroo drivers – many of which ride mopeds and bicycles – and demanded they get out on the road.

One person blasted on Twitter: "Just did an incredibly optimistic deliveroo attempt that got cancelled. Get out on your mopeds you p******!"

But others raised concerns over driver safety, with one claiming to have witnessed a rider fall of his bike in the snow on Sunday night.

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Deliveroo tried to ease tensions as they shared a video of a motocross rider skidding through snow.

They captioned the Twitter post: "Be ready, that Nando's you ordered is coming in HOT."

A string of yellow weather warnings have been rolled out across Britain – set to last until Thursday – as thousands woke up to four inches of snow.

Braemar, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, recorded the UK's coldest night so far this year as temperatures plummeted to -15.7C.

Hundreds of schools have closed their doors and millions of commuters sacked off work and went home.

The Sun Online has approached Deliveroo for comment.

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