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It's a modern test of manliness that takes place in curry houses up and down the country every Saturday night: how hot a curry can you eat? The British can't get enough of the hot stuff, and the hotter the better. The Cinnamon Club restaurant in London recently made a record attempt with a curry called the Bollywood Burner, which it claimed was the world's hottest curry. They made anyone who wanted to try it sign a waiver.

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