Customers at an Indian Restaurant in Birmingham have been set a challenge as they put The Devils Dish on the menu.
The Ingredients have been flown in from Mexico and Bangladesh, and include two of the world's hottest chillis, ghost pepper and the ghost reaper.
Waiters who serve the Devil’s Dish will wear gas masks and those taking part have 15 minutes to clean their plates. So far, 100 people have signed up.
Bosses at Birmingham’s Lime Pickle are offering £100 to those who manage to finish the curry, with the money going to the winner's chosen charity.
The restaurant, on Windleaves Road are also giving away a £25 food voucher and a t-shirt to mark their success.
The curry is so hot that contestants have to sign a disclaimer to take part:
I’ve just had a taste and my lips are still stinging.
It comes after a similar competition in Staffordshire when The Dilshad, in Chadsmoor, Cannock, served up the Crocodile Inferno, a curry twice as hot as tear gas.
A couple from Swadlincote, Wez and Caroline Cartwright managed to succeed in finishing the dish.