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Kebab Maker Accused Of Causing Grievous Boldy Harm With Chilli Sauce

by | 17th, October 2009

3am_“LEGALLY, the question of whether the spiciness of the kebab sauce constituted ‘normal’ or grievous bodily harm must be addressed.”

So says a German police spokesman in Bremen.

To a food kiosk at the main train station in the northern German city, where a man is ordering his kebab. He asks for a napkin. The seller declines to give him one. The kebab enthusiast wipes his hand on the kiosk.

A fight ensues.

The seller tosses chilli sauce into the man’s face. The police must now decide of the sauce was spicy enough to constitute grievous bodily harm.

Samples are taken. Forensics are called. The police canteen is mustered.

But can a chilli sauce be too hot?

The world’s hottest sauce is called – get this – Blairs 3am Special Reserve

1,500,000 – 2,000,000 scovilles of pure heat. 3 a.m. Reserve is one of the hottest things Blair has ever made, it takes his classic 2 a.m. one step further. Signed and numbered and comes in a cool designer bottle, sealed with 2 colour wax resin.

This is a weapons grade condiment, favoured by Saddam Hussein…



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