A celebrated chef got so enthusiastic to liven up a pub birthday bash that he mixed ecstasy in chocolate mousse and truffles. Neil Iron, 32, is not an ordinary chef and used to serve tea to Queen and such an act was not all expected from him.
Two children, who tasted the special puddings made by Iron, were being taken to hospital. Investigation is going on in the case, and interrogation reports have revealed that Iron has denied of mixing any such substance in the deserts.
Iron was of the view that someone else must have done the same. Party took place at the Red Lion pub, which is in Hoxton Square, North London. Not only children, but an adult also fell sick after having those chef special deserts.
Iron repeatedly said that there are chances that guests present in the party must have mixed ecstasy. While citing a reason for this Iron said that chocolate mousse was being prepared by him a week ago. It was then kept in the refrigerator, so it could be set.
"I'm not going to say to someone, 'would you like some drug laced food products' when you are about to sit in my restaurant and consume a lunch", were the words of Iron during cross examination sessions.
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