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Ice work.. if you beat the other 2599; Chocoholics offered job of a lifetime.

Byline: c.gall@dailyrecord.co.uk CHARLIE GALL

SHiP-WRecKeD Drunk 7000-on to A 7000-TON crashed into west coast of one of its officers on rum and official report The Russian of the Lysblink was breath-acciden t and be nearly eight drink-drive Twenty-five spilled into the impact breached and the ship scrapped.

THOUSANDS of hopefuls from around the globe are chomping at the bit to become a real-life Willy Wonka.

The Lysblink aground at Ardnamurchan hours of February heading to Norway.

The report Accidents Branch said the banned alcohol But the 36-officer, who command, a litre of rum after a private that'set went on fell fast asleep.

By the time found him, it The report accident on drunkenness it was clear ignored the West Bank Three people 18-year-old were killed gun attack by on traffic on West Bank, say Ice cream makers Mackie's have been swamped with 2600 applications after advertising Scotland's sweetest job in the Daily Record.

They are looking for a chief taster to help develop new flavours for a fresh line of chocolate bars produced at their new PS600,000 factory in Aberdeenshire.

The only job stipulation is that candidates have to be completely "fruit and nutty" about chocolate.

Whoever lands the 12-month position will be paid in chocolate bars. That's seven tasty treats a week, with bonus bars four times a year to share with friends and family.

A Mackie's spokesman said: "We've had around 2600 applications, huge enthusiasm and seriously good suggestions."

She added: "Flavours suggested include fruits, spices, toffee, sweeties, nuts and liqueurs in all different combinations." Less appetising flavours included potato, bacon, seaweed and nettle.

Scottish suggestions included clootie dumpling and cranachan.

Applications for the job have poured in from across the globe, from Saltcoats to Singapore.

The youngest candidate is a five-year-old Dundee girl while the most mature muncher is an 80-year-old man from Aberdeenshire. Applications have now closed.

The spokeswoman added: "Four candidates will be invited to come down to the farm at Rothienorman in January where two finalists will be announced."

She added: "The finalists' flavours will go head to head via a Facebook vote."

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