Can Times girl Fiona stand the heat in hottest curry kitchen?

REPORTER FIONA McKAY claims to know her balti from her bhoona so when she was offered the chance to try 'Scotland's Hottest Curry', she couldn't say no...

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Veekay looks on as Fiona tries the chilli sauce, which consists of 16 spices
Veekay looks on as Fiona tries the chilli sauce, which consists of 16 spices

IT was an offer I couldn't refuse but the day I went to Masala Twist in Glasgow's Hope Street, I have to admit that my stomach was churning before I'd even taken a bite.

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