Keep telling you all, London has some dodgy food!
UK police are investigating the poisoning of a Russian former security agent and critic of President Vladimir Putin living in exile in Britain.
Alexander Litvinenko, a former colonel in the KGB, told the BBC he fell ill after meeting a contact at a London sushi bar on 1 November.
Police say the 43-year-old is in a serious but stable condition in University College Hospital, London.
Clinical experts said he was poisoned with the highly-toxic metal thallium.
Several hours after the meeting, I started to feel sick
Alexander Litvinenko, former Russian agent
Profile: Alexander Litvinenko
Mr Litvinenko fled Russia and was granted political asylum in Britain in 2001.