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hose! I’d love to do it in a fire sta­tion. Maybe strip off and put the uni­form on my­self, with the braces just in the right place to cover my nip­ples but not much else!

“You could say I have a bit of a uni­form fetish. I’m happy to do my bit and put on my col­lege girl, nurse or French maid out­fit too!

“I re­ally love a bit of role play, it gives you a chance to just for­get who you are and have some saucy fun.” TEN­NIS ace Andy Mur­ray has an­gered Scot­tish food crit­ics by dis­miss­ing the na­tional del­i­cacy of deep-fried Mars bars as “hor­rific”.

Food­ies north of the bor­der were ap­palled to hear his com­ments warn­ing big ri­val Roger Fed­erer to avoid them. The 29-year-old Scot served up his ad­vice af­ter the Swiss leg­end ac­cepted an in­vi­ta­tion to play in Scot­land for the first time.

Mur­ray will face Fed­erer in a char­ity ex­hi­bi­tion game in Glas­gow on Novem­ber 7.

“Don’t try the fried Mars bars,” Mur­ray joked about the lo­cal ‘cui­sine’.

“I tried one of them for the first time last year and it was hor­rific. Stay away from them.”

But restau­ra­teur and food critic Jock Tag­gart, of WARNED: Fed­erer URGHHH! Mur­ray hates Scot­tish del­i­cacy Glas­gow, hit back: “I’m sur­prised the wee fella has had a pop at one of Scot­land’s iconic dishes.

“The fried Mars bar is a clas­sic – as im­por­tant to our proud nation as Mom’s ap­ple pie is to the Yanks.

“He’s been led astray by all that fancy posh nosh crap they eat down south.”

Scot­land is no­to­ri­ous for hav­ing one of the worst av­er­age di­ets in Europe,

The deep-fried Mars bar is made by shov­ing the choco­late bar into hot oil, coated with the kind of bat­ter more com­monly seen cov­er­ing fried fish.

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