A report has uncovered recently that a chef’s attempt to make a pub birthday party more lively and dazzling made two small children to be hospitalized.
Neil Iron, 32, is a former head chef, who was working at The Royal Marsden Hospital in Chelsea. While he has served a lot many people and is well-known for his service. The queen and Prince Edward were also served by him with an afternoon tea, when they had come to open a cancer rehabilitation centre.
The chef’s addition of delicious-looking mousse and truffles to the lunch at the party made many to feel sick. Even the party guest Charlie Webster reported that the “special” truffles gave him an experience so bad.
However, a hearing in the Snaresbrook Crown Court in North East London has heard that the special snacks were contaminated by him intentionally with the party drug. The chef has but been denying the same saying someone at the Hoxton Square pub, north London, must have done so.
'It must have been a person from the party because that's where the food was. I wasn't in the room, I was in the kitchen’, said he.
The decision is yet to be heard.