London, If you get billions of rupees for a banana, then what will be your reaction? Surely your head will be stressed. Something similar happened to a woman from Nottingham in the UK. This lady named Bobby Gordon had bought online from a UK-based supermarket chain, when the order was ordered, the goods bill was less than 100 pounds, but when the luggage was delivered to their home, they lost their senses.
Actually, Bobby was given a bill of 930.11 pounds (about 87,000 rupees) for just one banana, which is usually 11 pence. Bobby mentioned the incident of wrong bills on Twitter in the complaint accent. They shared the weight of each item and the details of the bill that came on it.
@AsdaServiceTeam @BBCNottingham My online delivery arrived. I’ve been charged £930.11 for 1 banana? I am going to be pretty livid if my card has been charged over £1k that my delivery note states!?! #asda #wtf #nottingham pic.twitter.com/czeUOxAUpR
— Bobbie Gordon (@bobbiesgordon) April 17, 2018
She tweeted, ‘I got the goods bought online. Charged me 930.11 for a banana? At the same time, the supermarket chain has apologized to them and said that they have made a mistake in making the bill.