As of late on-screen character Rahul Bose’s lodging charge video became a web sensation via web-based networking media. He communicated alarm for being cheated for a “sustenance platter” of two bananas.
Presently, another lodging has turned into the objective of online life clients after a Twitter client shared an image of a Mumbai inn bill. The bill demonstrates that the man was charged Rs 1700 for two bubbled eggs.
The tweet which is becoming a web sensation has been overflowed with entertaining remarks. Here are a portion of the responses:
Is ande ke sath Sona bhi nikla hai kya?— A N U P R I Y A (@cricketwoman) 10 August 2019
A client asked, “Is ande ke sath Sona bhi nikla hai kya? (Did the hen give gold alongside the eggs?)”
???Chicken must be from very rich family…??— Bhushan (@bhushan87404847) 10 August 2019
While another stated, “Chicken must be from a rich family.”
I think they should charge MRP only. I’m willing to bring salt, oil and pepper from home. Even pay 5 rupees for gas cost. ?— Sandeep Parekh (@SandeepParekh) 11 August 2019
A third client expressed, “I’m willing to bring salt, oil and pepper from home. Indeed, even pay 5 rupees for gas cost.”
Dinosaur ka anda tha bhai 1700 toh kaafi reasonable hai!— shash (@aslileo) 11 August 2019
One more kidded, “Dinosaur ka anda tha bhai 1700 toh kaafi sensible hai! (1700 is a sensible cost as it was a dinosaur’s egg)”
Rahul Bose, in a video shared on Twitter, demonstrated a bill where he was charged Rs 442.50 for two bananas at an inn in Chandigarh. “You need to see this to trust it. Who said natural product wasn’t destructive to your reality?” he composed while sharing the video.
After the video became a web sensation, the Excise and Taxation Department had hit the lodging with a fine of Rs 25000 for infringement of area 11 of CGST (illicit accumulation of expense on an exempted thing).