Dalkeith curry boss behind bars

As featured in this weeks Midlothian Advertiser.

Restaurateur Matin Khan has made an arresting pledge to put smiles on young faces this Christmas.

Earlier this week, the boss of award-winning Dalkeith curry house Itihaas was on the run, expecting the long arm of the law to catch up with him at any second.

He told the Advertiser: “I don’t know if you have heard, but I have got myself into a bit of trouble and will have to answer for my crimes on Wednesday when I will be arrested by Lothian and Borders Police and taken to a secret location. You may ask ‘shouldn’t we just leave him there?’ but I think I have a lot more to give to society.”

The Make-A-Wish Foundation has told Matin that it will bail him on Friday, but only if he manages to raise £2000 for the children’s charity, which helps children and young people fighting life-threatening illnesses.To help buy Matin’s freedom, visit www.just giving.com/MatinKhan.

Online donations will be entered into a draw to win a meal.

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