"I was in so much pain I wasn't aware of what was going on around me and when I got to hospital they gave me medicine for the indigestion.Yes, it's the restaurant's fault that you willingly entered a contest featuring the world's (reputed) hottest chiles and then felt ill. You even signed a disclaimer, yet, still, the restaurant is wrong.
"I don't think the restaurant should do it any more as I think there are a lot less painful ways to raise money for charity."
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