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A raging chef threw hot chilli powder into the eyes of a customer who complained about 'tough and rubbery' chicken, a court heard today.
Kamrul Islam, 47, allegedly hurled the burning chilli into the face of David Evans, 47, who was on a night out with his wife in Tonypandy, Rhondda, South Wales.
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A court heard Mr Evans and his wife Michelle, 48, were told 'it's f***ing tandoori' after they moaned about their starters at the Prince of Bengal restaurant.
Mr Evans told police how he followed Islam to the kitchen to get an apology for the four-letter rant at his wife - and said the powder was thrown at him.
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Islam claims he threw the powder in self defence after Mr Evans 'formed a fist' as if to punch him.
Stephen Donaghue, prosecuting, said: 'After they had their starters a waiter came over asking if they were happy with their food.'
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The court heard Mr Evans and his college lecturer wife told the waiter that their chicken was 'tough and rubbery.'
Mr Donaghue said: 'The waiter returned this time with the chef with him. From this moment onwards he was clearly annoyed and upset that the complaint had been made at all.'
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The court heard Islam started swearing at the couple about the complaint and said: 'It's f***ing tandoori chicken.'
Mrs Evans then touched Islam's arm before he said: 'Don't f***ing touch me' and walked...
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