Dr Bola Taiwo, a locum doctor in Doncaster, munched through five chillies of various strengths outside a cafe in Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire where he practises.
Dr Bola held the chilli pepper challenge to raise funds for a children’s orphanage in Kenya outside Crumbs cafe in the resort.
Staff served the mildest chillies first – dishing up a Hungarian hot wax chilli, Sante Fe Grande, Serrano, Aji Red and the hottest, Ring of Fire.
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Afterwards he said: “I’m feeling very hot and peppery and it feels like my brains are about to blow out.
“But if I can go through this suffering to provide funds for the less fortunate it’s worth it.”
(Video courtesy of our sister title, the Skegness Standard)