London, Jan 27 (IANS) The owner of an Indian restaurant in Britain has bought a fighter jet to deliver his food to celebrity clients across the world.
Rob Abdul, 40, who runs the Cafe Taj restaurant in Gravesend, Kent, bought the now abandoned Iraqi warplane with a pilot friend, and has spent 35,000 pounds ($55,000) restoring it.
"One thing you cannot do as a businessman is disappoint your customers. I regularly get requests from around the world," Abdul was quoted as saying by the Daily Express.
Abdul has previously sent food from his restaurant to the England cricket team on tour to Australia.