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Chef attacks customer with chill powder after he complains about food

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Jan 23, 2017, 9:45 pm IST
Updated Jan 23, 2017, 9:45 pm IST
The man had to take drips put under his eyelids to recover from the burn injuries he had sustained.
David Evans had gone out to eat with his wife at the Prince of Bengal restaurant in Watford, UK, where he was attacked by the chef with chilli powder. (Photo: Pixabay)
 David Evans had gone out to eat with his wife at the Prince of Bengal restaurant in Watford, UK, where he was attacked by the chef with chilli powder. (Photo: Pixabay)

A chef got so furious after receiving a patron’s honest feedback about his food that he threw chilli powder in his eyes. David Evans had gone out to eat with his wife at the Prince of Bengal restaurant in Watford, UK, where they found that the meat served to them was far from perfect.

When a waiter approached their table and inquired about how their food was, the couple answered that the meat was tough and rubbery. No sooner after that happened, the chef himself appeared and started swearing at them.

 

When he demanded an apology for his rude behaviour, the chef grabbed a bowl of chilli powder to throw in his face. David had to take drips put under his eyelids to recover from the burn injuries he had sustained.

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