MONSTER mum Mairead Philpott tucked into a spicy takeaway after ordering a delivery curry to the door of her bail hostel.
She was freed in December after half a 17-year manslaughter jail term for her role in a 2012 blaze that killed her six kids, aged five to 13.
She has been enjoying her taste of freedom and the Indian cuisine from a local restaurant.
A source said: “The women’s hostel is a far cry from prison.
"Mairead is even getting delivery meals dropped off.”
Her comfy hostel in the South offers yoga and art classes and staff handed her a hamper stuffed with goodies at Christmas.
Philpott, 39, was caged with ex-husband Mick, 64, and an accomplice for plotting the deliberate fire at their Derby home.
They hoped to get a bigger council house and Mick was meant to rescue the kids but was beaten back by flames.
The couple feigned innocence in front of TV cameras days later.
Mick is not due for parole until at least 2027.
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