MURRAY BATTERED FOR POP AT FRIED MARS BARS
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.