Dabbawala Demands Answers from "Masala Martha", the woman said to have inspired "Baby Reindeer"

Mumbai, Maharashtra:In a development that has security guards clutching their pepper spray tighter, notorious Dabbawala (lunchbox delivery man) "Pickle Sanjay" has secured an exclusive interview with the enigmatic "Masala Martha, " the woman said to have inspired the Netflix sensation "Baby Reindeer. " Buckle up, folks, because this interview promises more spice than a vindaloo competition.

Sanjay, known for mistaking deliveries and leaving cryptic messages scrawled on lunchboxes ("Danger!Wife packing revenge curry!"), has been fixated on Masala Martha ever since rumours swirled about her being the muse behind the show's terrifying stalker. "She sent him a CHEESE PANEER PARCEL every day?That's dedication, baby!" he declared, brandishing a rusty spoon like a microphone.

Masala Martha, real name (supposedly) Meenakshi Murthy, resides in a high-security apartment complex guarded by men who look like they could wrestle a rogue elephant. Sanjay, however, managed to bypass them all, allegedly by slipping the guard a "special" samosa filled with a suspicious green chutney. We don't endorse his methods, but hey, journalism requires sacrifice (mostly of your digestive system).

The interview took place in Meenakshi's heavily-curtained living room, dominated by a shrine dedicated to a Bollywood heartthrob with questionable dance moves. Sanjay, perched precariously on a velvet sofa, launched straight into his interrogation.

"Alright, Meenakshi-ji, let's get this paneer on the plate!Did you REALLY send the comedian fellow a daily lunchbox?And was it filled with enough love to make him fear for his life?"

Meenakshi, a woman whose smile could curdle milk, adjusted her oversized rhinestone glasses. "Oh, Sanjay-ji, that's all a big misunderstanding. I merely admired his stand-up routine. The samosas were a token of appreciation, you see. "

Sanjay snorted, a sound like a rusty bicycle chain. "Samosas?You call those brickbats wrapped in dough appreciation?The man needed therapy, not a coronary!"

Meenakshi's smile faltered slightly. "Perhaps my culinary skills were. . . overstimulating. But it was the thought that counted, wouldn't you agree?"

"Thought?Lady, it was full-blown obsession served on a silver platter!" Sanjay gesticulated wildly, nearly knocking over a framed photo of a very young Meenakshi with a suspiciously familiar-looking comedian (coincidence?We think not!).

Meenakshi's eyes narrowed. "Obsession?I simply wanted to share my mother's secret achaar recipe. It has a way of. . . bonding people together. "

Sanjay's face contorted in mock horror. "Achaar that bonds people?More like a weapon of mass digestion!Look, Masala Martha, just admit it – you were one curry shy of a restraining order!"

Meenakshi's smile returned, this time laced with a hint of steel. "Nonsense, Sanjay-ji. I was merely expressing my…enthusiasm for his work. After all, in India, we show love with food, wouldn't you agree?"

Sanjay, wisely sensing a change in the atmosphere, mumbled a hasty agreement and shuffled towards the door, clutching his stomach suspiciously. As the door slammed shut behind him, we could swear we heard a faint, high-pitched giggle coming from the shrine.

One thing's for sure:the mystery of Masala Martha remains as spicy and unresolved as a vindaloo gone rogue. But one thing's for certain, Pickle Sanjay won't be delivering any more samosas to that high-security apartment complex anytime soon.

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