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Andrew Lee, 33, had used a bag of home-grown red chillies to make a super-hot sauce.
The forklift truck driver, who had recently passed a medical at work, dared his girlfriend's brother to eat a spoonful - then ate a plateful himself. Shortly after he had a heart attack and died.
His sister, Claire Chadbourne, 29, explained: 'They had a contest over who could make the hottest chilli sauce.
'Andrew had used chillies to make Thai dishes before but had never made anything this hot.
'My dad grew the chillies especially for Andrew. The contest was planned and he gave them to him.
Originally posted by Blueracer
Eh I eat chilli with habaneros in it. How much hotter can it get than that?
The Dorset Naga has scored in a range between 900,000 and 1,600,000 HU.
Habaneros are the hottest chile peppers and rate around 200,000 - 300,000