This brings new meaning to "I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream"

Would you dare try the 'world's most dangerous ice cream' that is so hot, you have to sign a disclaimer to eat it? A Glasgow cafe is dishing out scoops of the insanely spicy dessert, named Respiro Del Diavolo (Breath of the Devil) especially for Valentine's Day. But the frozen treat is so spicy that customers must be 18 years of age and sign a legal waiver before it is handed over the counter. The disclaimer says eating the ice cream "could be a risk of personal injury, illness & possible loss of life". And staff at The Aldwych Caf even need to wear gloves when they dish out scoops. The handmade treat comes in at a whopping 1,569,300 SHU on the Scoville scale - a measurement of the pungency of chilli peppers, It means the ice cream is 500 times hotter than Tabasco sauce. Martin Bandoni, 50, Aldwych Caf owner, said: "We wear gloves for protection, chilli can have different effects on the skin especially if you leave it for too long. "Our ice cream is just a standard price just like the rest of our ice creams. It's £2 for a scoop in a tub and a cone is £1.90 "There's no premium to be paid for it, just a standard price. We wouldn't overcharge our customers. "They call the flavour a cream spice but it's really a flavour sensation, it's almost to trick your brain, well that's the whole idea for it.

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