Korma fan to take on restaurant’s hottest curry for charity
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A Lowestoft man will be feeling the heat tonight as he takes on the hottest curry on the menu in the name of charity.
Chris Davidson has already raised more than £500 for the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston ahead of the challenge, due to take place at Lowestoft Tandoori on Wednesday night.
Mr Davidson said: “I regularly have a korma from Lowestoft Tandoori, they’re the best curry house on the east coast.
“It stemmed from George, who runs the Supporting Lowestoft group, asking if I would eat the hottest curry on the menu, and I thought it would be a good way to raise some money for the JPUH.
“I think Colman’s Mustard is hot, so I am terrified.
“We have raised £520 so far but I would like to see if we can raise £1,000.”
The challenge will be streamed live on the Supporting Lowestoft and Lowestoft Tandoori Facebook pages at 6pm.
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