A woman has been awarded more than £15,000 by the High Court after a curry that hit her throat like a “fireball” left her suffering from the affects of food poisoning for more than a year.
In an initial appearance at the Central London County Court, the owners of Chaudhry’s restaurant in Edmonton had been ordered to pay Zehour Chelfat £10,021 (£7,271 in compensation and £2,750 in costs). However Chelfat did not believe this was enough and pursued the case to the High Court where she was today awarded £15,398 (£10,958 compensation and £4,440 in costs).
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