Dalkeith curry chief’s under lock and keema!

As featured in this week’s Midlothian Advertiser. Visit Matin Khan’s JustGiving page to make a donation.

Matin Khan with Itihaas staff displaying TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

Indian restaurant boss Matin Khan faces a chilli night behind bars after agreeing to let police arrest him for charity.

In signing up to take part in a ‘Jail Break’ fundraising event, the dad of three, who runs Dalkeith curry house Itihaas, has agreed to spend a minimum 12 hours behind bars to raise cash for the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

The charity grants magical wishes to children and young people aged three to 17 who are fighting life-threatening illnesses.

With bail set at £2000, Matin will need to dig deep into his own pocket if no-one steps forward to help.

Full story in the August 25 edition of the Advertiser – out now.

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