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04 October 2007 :: 17:10:36 pm 30730

Thai Fried Chilli Causes Smoke Of Toxic Like, Alerts Terror Attack In London

A Thai chef fried Thai bird’s eye chillies to make chilly sauce, called “nam prik pao”. He cooked up fears of a chemical attack when fumes from his chillies hovered over some of London‘s busiest streets for three hours. Fumes of eye-watering Thai chillies caused a terror alert in London. Police cordoned off three roads and evacuated homes and businesses in the area, just to discover that it was no chemical attack or a dangerous toxic leak, but preparations for a chilli sauce at a Thai restaurant.
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Chalermchai Tangjariyapoon, who works at the Thai Cottage restaurant in Soho, was dry-frying bird’s eye chillies as he prepared a huge batch of ‘nam prik pao’, an extra-hot dip served with prawn crackers.

Smoke from the kitchen drifted out in the street, creating an acrid cloud. Alarmed, police evacuated homes and offices. The chaos came to an end after firefighters emerged from the restaurant carrying a huge cooking pot containing about 4 kg of smouldering dried chillies.

I was making a spicy dip with extra-hot chillies that are deliberately burnt. To us, it smells like burnt chilli and it is slightly unusual. I can understand why people who weren’t Thai would not know what it was. But it doesn’t smell like chemicals. I’m a bit confused,” said Chalermchai.

Waitress Supranee Yodmuang added that she and other staff were led out of the restaurant by firefighters and had to wait in the street for three hours. “They said there was a chemical smell and I remember saying to someone that maybe the smell was the chillies, but then we said that that was not possible,” she said. “The restaurant has been here for 17 years and this has never happened before.”

Sue Wasboonma, the owner, said: “The smoke didn’t go up into the sky because of the rain and the heavy air. It’s the hottest thing we make. We are very proud of this dish. It is home-cooked and the customers love it.”

Daniel Spinath, the owner of Crepe Affaire, a neighbouring restaurant, said: “It was a very sharp and hot smell. It got in the back of your throat. I have eaten at the Thai Cottage and the food is very good.”

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